Support to the Brazil Learning Initiative for a World Without Poverty

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Description

The Brazil Learning Initiative for a World without Poverty (WWP) aimed to gather and share Brazil’s experience in fostering development with social inclusion, and to promote knowledge-sharing and the exchange of best practices among international stakeholders in the areas of social protection and poverty reduction.

Partners

World Bank , Government of Brazil , Institute for Applied Economic Research (Ipea)

Region/Countries

Latin America and the Caribbean

Brazil

Main Pillar

Knowledge Production

Thematic Area

Poverty Reduction Policies

Other Thematic Areas

Social Protection

Sustainable Development Goals

SDG 1 - No Poverty , SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being , SDG 17 - Partnerships for the Goals

Project Results

Publications, videos, webinars and a training course

The initiative successfully concluded its activities in December 2017 with the publication of its Activity Report 2013–2017, which compiles all activities and knowledge products achieved under the project.

In 2017 the WWP team participated in the planning, organisation and/or implementation of the following activities:

• Preparation of 80 technical publications in Portuguese, English, French and Spanish on topics such as the Bolsa Família programme, productive inclusion, food and nutrition security and social assistance, and the release of two case studies: ‘Rural Productive Inclusion: The Technical Assistance Experience and Grant from the State of Ceará, Brazil’ and ‘The CrediAmigo programme: urban productive inclusion through microcredit’

• Production of three videos: ‘Five challenges for social policies in the Amazon region’, ‘WWP Quick Question: Who can access the data from Brazil’s Unified Registry?’ and ‘Professional Training Challenges: The Pronatec in Senador Canedo, Brazil’

• Organisation of three webinars in partnership with the socialprotection.org online platform: ‘Design and Implementation of Monitoring & Evaluation systems—The cases of Brazil and Mexico’, ‘How to promote gender-responsive policies— The Examples of Brazil and Mali’ and ‘Investing in the early years—The experience of Chile’

• Dissemination of five newsletters • Launch of its new website: http://wwp.org.br

• Support to the organisation of the First Pan- Amazonian Seminar on Social Protection, in Belém, and the production of the event’s booklet Activity Report 2017 The International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth 29

• Organisation of the training course ‘Preparing Public Policies Case Studies’, in partnership with the Brazilian National School of Public Administration (Escola Nacional de Administração Pública—ENAP) in Brasília

• Support to the organisation of the ‘Third Unified Registry Network Workshop’ in Brasília

• Launch of the WWP’s Activity Report 2013–2017 in Brasília on 19 December 2017.

Publications


WWP Activity Report 2013-2017

Joint Publications
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