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Social Protection in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Countries : Trends and Challenges

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https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/13084
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Social Protection and Labor Discussion Papers
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Ovadiya, Mirey
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Kryeziu, Adea
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Masood, Syeda
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Zapatero, Eric
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2015-06-25T20:54:30Z
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2015-06-25T20:54:30Z
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2015-04
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2017-12-13T08:50:11Z
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This study examines the role of social protection programming, and programming design and implementation features, that are prominent in fragile and conflict-affected states. The main objective is to build on existing, available information from a sample of fragile and conflict-affected countries and develop operational guidance that addresses policy, design, and implementation issues and offers operational solutions for social protection programming and policy making in different fragile settings. The analysis showcases the universe of social protection objectives that are evident in these countries as well as the programming trends, types, coverage, and expenditure patterns. The paper also examines dimensions specific to fragile and conflict-affected settings in implementing social protection and labor programs, such as social cohesion, the role of community-driven development, and postwar benefits. Finally, the study highlights social protection and labor program delivery in seven different country contexts, and discusses the country-specific programming options chosen to achieve the objectives and overcome capacity and operational constraints.
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2015/05/24498110/social-protection-fragile-conflict-affected-countries-trends-challenges
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/22077
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English
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en_US
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World Bank, Washington, DC
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Social protection and labor discussion paper,no. 1502;
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CC BY 3.0 IGO
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World Bank
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/igo/
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SOCIAL PROTECTION AND LABOR
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FRAGILE AND CONFLICT-AFFECTED STATES
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CAPACITY
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ENABLINGENVIRONMENT
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SOCIAL ASSISTANCE
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SOCIAL INSURANCE
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LABOR MARKET PROGRAMS
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COMMUNITY-DRIVENDEVELOPMENT (CDD)
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TRENDS
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CHALLENGES CHILD HEALTH
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SAFETY NET PROGRAMS
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RISKS
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COMMUNITY PROJECTS
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PROTECTION SYSTEM
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POVERTY LINE
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ECONOMIC GROWTH
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HUMANITARIAN AID
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PROTECTION POLICIES
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POVERTY LEVELS
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INCOME
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SOCIAL PENSIONS
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TRANSFER PROGRAM BENEFITS
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INSURANCE PROGRAM
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SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
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ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
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SOCIAL SAFETY NET
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FINANCIAL PROTECTION
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FOOD POLICY
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WELFARE
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IMMEDIATE RELIEF
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PROTECTION POLICY
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GOVERNMENT CAPACITY
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BENEFIT SYSTEMS
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CAPACITY BUILDING
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EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMS
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INCOME SUPPORT
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CASH TRANSFER
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SOCIAL ASSISTANCE
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BENEFICIARIES
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CONFLICT
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MEASURES
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PENSION
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SAFETY NETS
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ECONOMIC SHOCK
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LIMITED CAPACITY
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NEW POOR
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SOCIAL FUND
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POVERTY REDUCTION
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COPING STRATEGIES
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WORKS PROGRAMS
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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
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SAVINGS
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TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
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AVAILABILITY OF FOOD
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BENEFICIARY
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SCHOOL MEALS
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INFORMAL ECONOMY
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NATURAL DISASTER
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PROGRAM COVERAGE
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SOCIAL INSURANCE
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EMERGENCY SITUATIONS
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TRANSFERS
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NATURAL DISASTERS
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WORKS AGENCY
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VULNERABLE POPULATIONS
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HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION
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HOUSEHOLD INCOME
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ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
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CHRONIC POVERTY
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SOCIAL SECURITY
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SOCIAL PROTECTION
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PROTECTION SYSTEMS
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SOCIAL CONTRACT
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PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMS
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VULNERABLE INDIVIDUALS
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SOCIAL INSURANCE PROGRAMS
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CASH BENEFITS
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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
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EPIDEMICS
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LABOR MARKET INTERVENTIONS
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CASH TRANSFERS
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FOOD AID
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SUBSIDIES
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HEALTH SPENDING
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UNEMPLOYMENT
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TRANSFER PROGRAM
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EXTERNAL AID
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SOCIAL SAFETY NETS
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SSN
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BENEFIT LEVELS
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INCOME SECURITY
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FOOD SECURITY
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SKILLS TRAINING
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LABOR MARKET PROGRAMS
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SOCIAL SERVICES
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INSURANCE SCHEMES
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SOCIAL SECURITY PROGRAMS
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PENSIONS
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CAPACITY-BUILDING
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VULNERABLE GROUPS
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SHARE OF BENEFITS
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SUSTAINABLE GROWTH
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SAFETY NET
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MALNUTRITION
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INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY
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MEANS TESTING
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VOUCHERS
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FOOD TRANSFERS
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PUBLIC WORKS
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CASH ASSISTANCE
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TRANSFER PROGRAMS
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TARGETING MECHANISMS
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SOCIAL WELFARE
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SKILLED LABOR
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FINANCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE
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SOCIAL POLICIES
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SCHOOL FEEDING
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CASH BENEFIT
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MARKET INTERVENTIONS
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INSURANCE
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TARGETING
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HUMAN RIGHTS
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FOOD DISTRIBUTION
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UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFIT
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MICRO-ENTERPRISE
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SHORT-TERM EMPLOYMENT
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WAR
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ACCESS TO SERVICES
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POVERTY
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FORMAL EMPLOYMENT
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FEEDING PROGRAMS
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INTERNATIONAL FOOD POLICY
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FINANCIAL CAPACITY
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INSURANCE MECHANISMS
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SCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAMS
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WORKS PROGRAM
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FINANCIAL SUPPORT
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BENEFITS INCIDENCE
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CASH TRANSFER PROGRAMS
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EXTERNAL FINANCING
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POOR
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FOOD VOUCHERS
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POLITICAL UPHEAVALS
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SHOCK
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HEALTH FINANCING
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CHILD POVERTY
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DONOR FUNDING
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NUTRITION PROGRAM
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PUBLIC TRANSFERS
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POVERTY ASSESSMENTS
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LIVELIHOOD SUPPORT
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POVERTY ALLEVIATION
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OPTIMAL TARGETING
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SERVICE PROVIDERS
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HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
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INEQUALITY
dc.title
Social Protection in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Countries
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Trends and Challenges
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Working Paper
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2015-05-18
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Publications & Research
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Publications & Research :: Working Paper
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2015/05/24498110/social-protection-fragile-conflict-affected-countries-trends-challenges
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Social Protection and Labor
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yes
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090224b082e97c20_1_0
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24498110
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96378
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en
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http://www-wds.worldbank.org/external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2015/05/18/090224b082e97c20/1_0/Rendered/PDF/Social0protect0rends0and0challenges.pdf
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Conflict and Development :: Conflict and Fragile States
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Environment :: Environmental Economics & Policies
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Poverty Reduction :: Rural Poverty Reduction
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Poverty Reduction :: Services & Transfers to Poor
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Social Development :: Social Risk Management
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Social Protections and Labor :: Safety Nets and Transfers
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Social Protect Labor - GP (GSPDR)

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