Slides presentation from the webinar which continued the Shock Responsive Social Protection Webinar Series,
held on 11 January 2018. This session presented the global findings of the Shock-Responsive Social Protection Systems research
– financed by DFID and led by Oxford Policy Management (OPM) in collaboration with ODI, CaLP and INASP.
Drawing on case studies in Pakistan, Mozambique, Mali, the Sahel, Philippines and Lesotho, as well as on global evidence, our discussants Clare O’Brien (OPM) and Andrew Kardan (OPM) aimed to provide answers to the following questions:
- When and how can social protection systems better respond to major shocks in low-income countries and conflict-affected states, thus reducing the need for humanitarian responses?
- What features of programme design and implementation determine the effectiveness and efficiency of response?
- What are the opportunities for coordination between social protection, disaster risk management and humanitarian response?