This Online Community is intended to share content from the Webinar Series The Brazilian Experience of Social Protection Programmes and to promote discussions related to its four webinars.
The 1st webinar, The Bolsa Familia Program: Access to and Dissemination of Information held on 12 July 2016, was a great success with over 140 attendees! We thank all participants for their interest and our panelists Cibelle Colmanetti e Souza (Ministry of Social and Agrarian Development, Brazil), Luis Henrique Paiva (Institute for Applied Economic Research and the International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth) and Antonio Claret Campos Filho (IPEA and IPC-IG), for their valuable contributions!
The 2nd webinar, the Tools for Intersectoral Coordination: How to Integrate Social Policies in Conditional Cash Transfer Programs held on 29 September 2016, was a very expected one! We thank all participants for joining the webinar and sharing their questions live. We also thank our panelists Rodrigo Lofrano (Coordinator of the Bolsa Familia Program’s Conditionalities, Department of Conditionalities – Ministry of Social and Agrarian Development, MDSA/ Brazil), Andrea Leon Lopez (Director of Family and Community Support, Department for Social Prosperity, DSP/ Colombia) and Eric Zapatero Larrio (Social Protection specialist for West Africa, World Bank) for sharing their knowledge and experiences!
The 3rd webinar, the Protection sociale et renforcement de l’agriculture familiale held on December 1st, 2016, was a great success as the first webinar in French of the series! We thank all participants for joining the webinar and contributing with interesting questions! We also thank our panelists Amadou Kanar Diop (Délégation Générale à la Protection Sociale et à la Solidarité Nationale/Présidence de la République du Sénégal), Darana Souza (Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture, FAO) and the moderator Mario Gyoeri (International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth, IPC-IG) for their great contributions to this webinar series!
The 4th Webinar on institutionalizing monitoring and evaluation in social policies is coming soon!