PTM y COVID-19: recursos, directrices, eventos y preguntas
Esperamos que se encuentren bien en estos momentos de incertidumbre. Según sigue avanzando la pandemia del COVID-19 en todo el planeta, las comunidades de todo el mundo se verán afectadas de una manera u otra, ya sea directamente por el virus, o por sus consecuencias económicas o de otra índole.
A lo largo de la red de la CALP Network se ha debatido mucho sobre las implicaciones de la pandemia en los programas de transferencias monetarias (PTM) y en el trabajo de los miembros de la CALP.
Directrices y recursos
- Documento vivo de CALP Network con directrices para PTM en relación con el COVID (disponible en árabe, español y francés), que resume los puntos clave de las directrices ofrecidas por diferentes actores de la red y se actualiza con regularidad.
- Aquí pueden encontrar una colección de recursos (lista de referencia), aprendizajes y preguntas. Gracias por seguir compartiendo materiales.
- Abajo encontrarán otros recursos y enlaces útiles.
Towards shock-responsive social protection: lessons from the COVID-19 response in Uganda
The stringent lockdown measures and global economic slowdown, due to COVID-19, are likely to have a large impact on poverty in Uganda. This report documents how the Government of Uganda plans to implement an Urban Cash for Work Programme to mitigate the impact of the pandemic on vulnerable populations....
Brief: Towards shock-responsive social protection: lessons from the COVID-19 response in Kenya
This policy brief summaries the key findings and recommendations from the Kenya country case study on the social protection responses to COVID-19. The brief provides an analysis of the key enablers and constraints to the effective delivery of the social protection response in Kenya. The brief also...
Inclusive Information Systems for Social Protection: Intentionally Integrating Gender and Disability
Digital information systems serving the social protection sector, and especially social assistance, are increasingly prominent and will continue to be, as is the case within all other sectors. “Why? Because the ability of a country to care for its people and respond to their lifecycle needs depends on...
How Targeting Mechanisms Can Identify People With Disabilities for Inclusion in Social Protection Programmes
Guidelines and Tools
Persons with disabilities have worse education, health and employment outcomes and are more vulnerable to shocks than persons without disabilities. At the same time, they are less likely to be enrolled in social protection programmes, including those for which they are eligible. They can face significant...
COVID-19 and the Emergency Social Safety Net (ESSN) and Conditional Cash Transfers for Education (CCTE) programmes
Guidelines and Tools
FCDO Turkey commissioned SPACE to assess the impact of COVID-19 on the principal cash vehicles active in Turkey: Emergency Social Safety Net (ESSN) and Conditional Cash Transfers for Education (CCTE) programmes, both funded by the EU through the EUR 6 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey (FRiT)...
Case study: Responsible data sharing with governments
The COVID-19 crisis, widespread economic downturns and the loss of formal and informal employment have all contributed to accelerated linkages between CVA and social protection. Quarantines and lockdowns have also pushed humanitarians to incorporate more digital modalities into their work. As...
Case study: Data responsibility and digital remote targeting during COVID-19
Challenges due to the pandemic have led to all kinds of innovations and adaptations focused on remote targeting, enrolment, verification and delivery. While required for the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, these new approaches might be useful in future responses that require remote targeting and delivery, such...
Brief: Towards shock-responsive social protection: lessons from the COVID-19 response in Ethiopia
COVID-19 and national and international measures to curb its spread, may have pushed 15 million more people below the poverty line in Ethiopia. This policy brief draws on key learnings from the Ethiopia country case study, focused on the social protection response to COVID-19 and identifies...
Towards shock-responsive social protection: lessons from the COVID-19 response in Kenya
The stringent lockdown measures and global economic slowdown, due to COVID-19, are likely to push more than 2 million people into poverty in Kenya. This study documents the Government of Kenya’s social protection response to mitigate the negative impact of the pandemic on vulnerable households and...
Towards shock-responsive social protection: lessons from the COVID-19 response in Pakistan
The stringent lockdown measures and global economic slowdown, due to COVID-19, are likely to increase the poverty rate in Pakistan by 35 percentage points in urban areas and 32 percentage points in rural areas. The report documents the Government of Pakistan’s social protection response to mitigate the...