TRANSFORM REVIEW: LIVE LEARNING CURRICULUM
Two things to consider when answering the questions below:
a) Please consider all aspects of conducting a ‘live learning’ TRANSFORM curriculum when you answer the questions below. By all aspects we mean:
Access to safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) is widely acknowledged to play a transformative role in reducing poverty and strengthening livelihoods. Although many countries achieved significant progress in extending access to these basic services over the lifetime of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the targets were criticised for their modest ambition and scope. The drinking water target was met in 2010, but with major disparities in access between and within regions, countries and groups.
The initiative to draft a Global Charter for Social Protection Rights emerged at the AEPF (Asia-Europe People’s Forum) at Ulaan Baator, Mongolia, in July 2016. The aim is to use these texts – a full text and its synthesis – for a campaign to strengthen the already existing initiatives of the ILO’s Social Protection Floor and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The potential of serving crises-affected people through the adaptation, expansion and use of national social protection systems is a topic of increased attention globally as well as in Latin America and the Caribbean, where safety nets cover more than 200 million people. Preparedness investments are crucial to enable shock-responsive social protection and ensure that systems are shock-proof, flexible to expand and contract, and ready before a crisis hits.