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Author Del Ninno, Carlo, author

Title Social protection programs for Africa's drylands / Carlo del Ninno, Sarah Coll-Black, and Pierre Fallavier
Published Washington DC : International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank, [2016]
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Description 1 online resource (xxv, 55 pages) : illustrations (some color), color maps
Series A World Bank study
World Bank study.
Contents Front Cover; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Executive Summary; Abbreviations; Chapter 1 Introduction-The Case for Social Protection in Africa; Chapter 2 Poverty, Vulnerability, and the Need for Social Protection in Africa's Drylands; Notes; Chapter 3 Conceptual Framework-Social Protection Reduces Vulnerability and Improves Capacity to Cope; Notes; Chapter 4 Social Protection Programming in the Drylands; Coverage of Social Protection; Capacity of National Social Protection Programs to Respond to Dryland Vulnerabilities
3.2 Resilience as the Ability to Overcome Shocks6.1 Synergies between Social Protection, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Humanitarian Aid; Figures ; 2.1 Natural Disasters in the Sahel, 1980-2013; 2.2 Population Living in Drylands, East and West Africa, 2010-30 (Million People); 2.3 Rural Population Sensitive to Shocks, East and West Africa, 2010-30; 2.4 Vulnerability to Shocks in an Average Year, 2010-30 (Million People); 4.1 Government and Donor Spending on Social Safety Nets as a Percent of GDP, Selected Countries
4.1 Comparing the Diversity of Rural Livelihoods between Senegal and NigerTables ; 2.1 People Affected by Droughts and Floods, 1980-2013; 2.2 Projected Evolution of Vulnerability among Agriculture- Dependent Populations, 2010-30; 4.1 National/Regional Social Transfers Programs in the Horn of Africa (as of 2014); 4.2 Budget per Safety Net and Maximum Theoretical Coverage in Burkina Faso, 2009; 4.3 Cost and Financing of Safety Nets in the Sahel (2008-12); 4.4 Shares of Social Safety Net Spending by Program Type, 2008-12 (Percent)
4.2 Humanitarian Aid Received, Selected Countries, Horn of Africa and Sahel (2000-11)4.3 Breakdown of Safety Net Programs by Type in Burkina Faso, 2009; 4.4 Evolution of Safety Nets Use in Mali, 2007-09; 7.1 Share of GDP Required to Protect Drought-Vulnerable Population with Safety Net Support, Selected Countries, 2030; 7.2 Percent of Vulnerable Population Covered in 2030 with 1 Percent of GDP; 7.3 Cost of Covering Vulnerable Population in 2030 in a Regular Year or in the Case of Mild, Moderate and Severe Drought in Percentage of GDP; Map
Humanitarian Response as a Social Protection InstrumentNotes; Chapter 5 Opportunity for Reducing Sensitivity and Improving Coping Capacity; Reducing Sensitivity; Improving Coping Capacity; Notes; Chapter 6 Building Adaptive Social Protection Systems that Respond to the Needs of People in Drylands; Notes; Chapter 7 Financing a National Adaptive Social Protection System; Costing of Safety Net Coverage in Africa's Drylands; Notes; Chapter 8 Conclusion; Appendix A; Bibliography; Boxes ; 2.1 Groups Most Sensitive to the Impacts of Climate Change; 3.1 Defining Social Protection Instruments
Notes "A World Bank study."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 53-55)
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed September 9, 2019)
Subject Arid regions -- Africa.
Drought relief -- Africa.
Social planning -- Africa.
Form Electronic book
Author Coll-Black, Sarah, author
Fallavier, Pierre, author
ISBN 1464808473 (electronic bk.)
9781464808470 (electronic bk.)