South-South learning on Social Protection in Indonesia and Yemen
The IPC-IG has partnered with GRM International, TNP2K, UNICEF and the Republic of Yemen to facilitate South-South learning through the dissemination of social protection innovations in Indonesia and the development of a survey called National Social Protection Monitoring in Yemen.
South AsiaIndonesia , Yemen
Other Thematic Areas
Sustainable Development Goals
Policy Research Briefs, publications and a Final Report on the National Social Protection Monitoring in Yemen
The Policy Briefs were based on the papers prepared by TNP2K team:
1. Bantuan Siswa Miskin (BSM): Indonesian Cash Transfer Programme for Poor Students, authored by Dyah Larasati and Fiona Howell;
2. Program Keluarga Harapan (PKH): Program Bantuan Dana Tunai Bersyarat di Indonesia; authored by Suahasil Nazara and Sri Kusumastuti Rahayu.
*The latter ranks seventh among the top 10 most downloaded publications on the IPC-IG website in 2014, with 23,143 downloads.
The Work Plan for 2014 comprised the delivery of:
1. the dataset of the survey with documentation, including administrative data;
2. the SWF impact assessment methodology including: estimation of SWF impacts on households and family members, and report tables; and
3. the delivery of 3 Policy Briefs: “Out-of-School Children in Yemen: 2012/2013”; “Child Nutrition in Yemen: preliminary findings”; “Yemen’s Social Welfare Fund”; and
The Impact Evaluation Report accompanying an Executive Summary of the Yemen’s NSPMS.
See the publications below.