Social Protection for Agriculture and Resilience

SOCIAL PROTECTION FOR AGRICULTURE AND RESILIENCE

Blog
Analysis of the impacts of Pakistan’s Benazir Income Support Program (BISP) on household and individual adult labor supply find evidence of a positive effect of the transfers on male labor.
Publications
Learn how PIM research in 2020 supported policies and strategic decisions, including response to the COVID-19 pandemic, across the globe.
Blog
Ethiopia offers an encouraging case for designing more effective policies and interventions to combat food and nutrition insecurity during COVID-19 pandemic.
Events
This virtual seminar presents evidence on how social safety nets have been used to respond to COVID-19 and how well this response has addressed food security and nutrition.
Blog
How is the current crisis affecting gender relations, and why is attention to gender in implementing expanded social protection programs critical?
Blog
Our colleagues discuss five priority research gaps to advance understanding of how to leverage social protection for gender equality and the well-being of women and girls.
Events
Global evidence suggests that cash transfer programs, when combined with nutrition specific modalities, have the potential to improve child nutrition. But how much of those nutrition interventions would be enough to lead to sustainable improvements is yet not well understood. This seminar will aim to address remaining knowledge gaps on program design and policy options to make CT programming in the region more nutrition sensitive.
Publications
The new paper investigates the impacts of Mali's national cash transfer program (Jigisémèjiri) on intimate partner violence (IPV).
Events
This policy seminar on Sept 5 will review findings from an impact evaluation of Yemen’s Cash for Nutrition program and its positive impacts on child and maternal nutrition.