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socialprotection.org 19h
: Debriefing session on field activities held yesterday across Rwanda. Participants visited 4 sites. One in Kigali - to learn from MEIS, the monitoring of SP programmes; and 3 in other districts (Gakenke; Nyanza and Rwamagana).
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Charles KnoxVydmanov 12h
The last day of our regional course on in Ecuador. Participants apply the learning from the course, sharing country actions plans for extending coverage.
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Koen Vleminckx 15h
+ will be at the European Development Days, with a session on jointly organised with . Register now and join us in Brussels! ➝ (link: )
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unpopularconvoz 20h
Replying to @WBG_SPLabor
increasing evidence to demonstrate the impact of
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Vishwanath C 13h
Good ways to be productive over the weekend
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UNICEF Innocenti 12h
our researcher working on with our , Cristina Cirillo ! Welcome to , Cristina!
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ADB Europe May 21
Giving workers protection from unseen events, including sickness and job losses, helps preserve household savings that can then be spent in the broader economy.
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OECD Development Centre May 21
At the 5th High-level Meeting of the OECD Development Centre Governing Board, ministers from 57 countries: ▪️Welcomed new members: , , , & ▪️Adopted a 🆕policy statement on universal See more👉
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Evelyn Astor May 21
Looking forward to discussing how to design and finance systems that are inclusive for both women and men on 6 June. Tune in if you want to participate in this webinar.
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IZA World of Labor May 22
'Evidence shows that cash transfers can address child by reducing vulnerability, but there is considerable variation in impact,' says Furio C. Rosati from
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Margaret Osure May 16
The Naivasha team was energetic, enthusiastic and a joy to work with. Just what we need to deliver in Kenya. Hats off to Stephen who has so ably led this process.
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AETS May 21
Are you an expert on & / or public management looking for a new opportunity? could be calling your name! Apply directly on the Development Aid website:
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Andrew M. Fischer May 20
Replying to @adam_tooze
Interestingly, is at the bottom of the list. It is surprising given how the country is characterised as having a limited system, but similar to the way it manages to have Northern European levels of net with few taxes and transfers.
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ODI 13h
🗓️ New event | Register to join our webinar with on 6 June as , , & Flora Myamba discuss current challenges and opportunities for financing gender-responsive
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Gary Holden May 20
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Katherine V Robinson May 22
On secure & decent ⁩: the ⁦⁩ has estimated that a mere 0.23% of the world’s GDP would suffice to provide floors for the global population, while an estimated 10% of the world’s GDP is held in tax havens.
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Dan Horn May 21
It's sad that we have to keep saying this over and over and over every year. Money given to is not money lost, it's lives saved and futures enabled.
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IFPRI 8h
programs have proven essential to fighting in Africa south of the Sahara. Now and other approaches are changing the field. An IFPRI discussion:
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Pension Policy International May 20
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Transfer Project May 23
Cash+ can mean a brighter future for adolescents by addressing risks & vulnerabilities at this life stage. Our research is helping young people transition into healthy adults PLUS see our page on integrated 👉 
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