Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Dominican Republic at the Forefront of Adaptive Social Protection Systems

The Dominican system is recognized for a disaster response policy that places the poorest and most vulnerable at the center of its priorities. SUPERATE helps the most vulnerable Dominican families by providing them with the opportunity to invest in their children's health and education through conditional cash transfers, ensuring they meet certain criteria, such as sending the little ones to school. Additionally, it aims to support participants with training to develop job skills and helps them establish connections to improve their integration into the labor market, especially among women, who experience greater inequality, according to the recent gender assessment by the World Bank. Read More