New WFP publication: 10 Things You Wish You'd Always Known about Shock-Responsive Social Protection

Hello, the World Food Programme's Social Protection Unit has just published a short briefing note, '10 things you wish you'd always known about shock-responsive social protection': It's intended to help people like you! - governments and their partners working in social protection, disaster risk management and humanitarian assistance - to gain a deeper understanding of concepts and approaches relating to shock-responsive social protection. As we know, there are now hundreds of experiences worldwide of adaptations being made to social protection programmes in order to build people's resilience, or to mitigate and respond better to the risk of disasters, including for COVID. Familiarity with the techniques are growing, but some aspects are proving particularly complex. This short publication builds on insights from some recent real-life examples to offer 10 key tips.

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