Improving synergies between social protection and public finance management

The European Union, in partnership with the International Labour Organization, UNICEF and the Global Coalition for Social Protection Floors, is implementing a thematic flagship programme aimed to strengthen social protection systems and ensure sustainable financing while improving public finance management. The initiative is currently being implemented in 18 countries and has immediately reoriented funds to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

News and Events

The third Ethiopian Federal Social Protection Platform Meeting (April 16, 2021)

The third Ethiopian Federal Social Protection Platform meeting supported by the SP&PFM project will take place virtually on April 16, 2021. Agendas of the Meeting Engagement of Civil Society...

Workshop on Disability Inclusive Social Protection for Organizations of Persons with Disabilities in Ethiopia (April 16-17, 2021)

A workshop organized by the Federation of Ethiopian Associations of Persons with Disabilities (FEAPD) in collaboration with International Disability Alliance (IDA) and African Disability Forum (ADF)...

The third Reference Group meeting of the SP&PFM project in Ethiopia

The third reference group meeting of the SP&PFM project will take place virtually on April 8, 2021. The event aims at updating the reference group members on the project’s progress during 2020...

Consultative Workshop on Social Protection in Ethiopia

11-13 March 2021
Discussion focuses on challenges and opportunities for progressively building up the country’s social protection system

Highlights

Global launch of the programme

High-level pannel was held with the participation of partners engaged in country projects

Social Protection Monitor

Know more about the responses to the COVID-19 crisis around the world

Strengthening national systems

Find out how we supported governments in over 115 countries during the pandemic

“Building back better must start with the unfinished business of social protection for all.”

Guy Ryder

Director-General, ILO

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