This report is part of a larger scoping study on social protection programmes in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region commissioned by the World Food Programme’s Cairo Regional Bureau (WFP OMC) from the Centre for Social Protection (CSP) at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS). Conceptualised within a comprehensive and context-responsive social protection framework, it includes food and nutrition security as well as refugees and internally displaced people (IDPs).
The broader scoping study is a combination of in-depth country case studies conducted by locally based consultants and a number of country case studies conducted via desktop review. As a collaborative effort between the WFP OMC and the CSP, this scoping study is intended to contribute to the development of WFP’s regional social protection strategy. This report on Tunisia has been conducted via desktop review.