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En esta oportunidad se presentan dos casos de estudio que son parte de la investigación realizada por Oxford Policy Management (OPM) y el Programa Mundial de Alimentos (PMA) con foco en América Latina y el Caribe.

There is an increasing global recognition within governments and partners on the potential linkages
between social protection and disaster risk management (DRM) in responding to and mitigating

On April 28, 2017, the Department of Social Inclusion of the Secretariat for Access to Rights and Equity of the OAS launched through a Webinar the publication "Equity and Social Inclusion: Overcoming Inequalities towards More Inclusive Societies."

This paper explores a novel way to analyse poverty dynamics that are specific to certain measures of multidimensional poverty, such as the “adjusted headcount ratio” proposed by Alkire and Foster (2011a).

After contracting for two consecutive years, the economy of Latin America and the Caribbean is expected to return to positive growth in 2017, but significant external and internal headwinds will persist, according to the United Nations World Economic Situation and Prospects (WESP) 2017 Report rel

Across developing countries, there is a growing recognition that building linkages between the Management Information Systems (MISs) of individual social protection programmes can bring about significant efficiency gains while also enabling governments to monitor national social protection system

Internal migrants often risk being ineligible for social protection owing to a combination of population registration and residency requirements. However, even when eligible, they may in practice not participate.

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) released a new report on the measurement of child care quality as a toolkit, which will serve for those dedicated and interested in investigating early childhood development and childcare.

This study addresses the ageing of the Caribbean population and the situation with respect to the human rights of older persons. It considers the implications for public policy of these ‘twin imperatives for action’.

This paper reviews the major conceptual frameworks and analytical frameworks for applying social protection in rural and agricultural contexts, proposes a synthesised ‘consolidated’ framework, and reviews the evidence base on the impacts of social protection on agricultural production and rural p

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