Increasing people’s resilience through social protection

by Martina Ulrichs
The BRACED Knowledge Manager, May 2016

16 pp. 405 kB
https://www.odi.org/sites/odi.org.uk/files/resource-documents/10555.pdfPic 005_resize

Climate-related shocks and stresses are posing significant obstacles to poverty reduction. Climate change could result in an additional 100 million people living in extreme poverty by 2030, unless climate-informed development interventions prevent some of its disastrous consequences. This paper from BRACED draws from existing evidence to highlight how social protection programmes and systems can contribute to building the anticipatory, adaptive and absorptive capacity of vulnerable people who are exposed to climate shocks and disasters.

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