This report explores responses to climatic and Neconomic shocks in Mozambique, and analyses whether social protection can play a greater role. Specifically, it examines which features in the design and implementation of social protection systems facilitate an effective response to shocks, and how disaster risk management (DRM) and social protection systems can best work together for effective responses.
There is a policy brief summarising the case study for Mozambique
These are outputs from the Shock Responsive Social Protection Systems Research Project.
Other case studies have been published: Pakistan , Sahel, Lesotho and Mali
Kardan, A., Bailey, S., Solorzano, A. and Fidalgo, L. (2017), ‘Shock- Responsive Social Protection Systems research: Case study—Mozambique’, Oxford Policy Management, Oxford, UK.
Kardan A., Bailey S. and Barca, V. (2017) Building on social protection systems for effective disaster response: the Mozambique experience. Policy Brief. Oxford Policy Management, Oxford, UK.
Published 18 January 2017