This policy brief specifically focuses on the characteristics of existing social protection databases that enhance or limit their potential use in emergencies. It draws on examples from across 5 of the project’s case studies: Lesotho, Mali, Mozambique, Pakistan and the Philippines.
This is an output from the Shock Responsive Social Protection Systems Research Programme.
Barca, V. and O’Brien C. (2017) ‘Factors affecting the usefulness of existing social protection databases in disaster preparedness and response. Policy Brief’. Oxford Policy Management, Oxford, UK.
Published 17 December 2017