Improving synergies between social protection and public finance management

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The fourth Ethiopian Federal Social Protection Platform meeting

The fourth Ethiopian Federal Social Protection Platform meeting supported by the SP&PFM project will take place virtually on August 16, 2021. Agendas of the Meeting Rural Productive Safety Net...

The fifth Ethiopian Federal Social Protection Platform meeting

The fifth Ethiopian Federal Social Protection Platform meeting supported by the SP&PFM project will take place at Elilli Hotel in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on September 26, 2022. Agendas of the...

Training workshop for Strengthening the Role of Media in Promoting Inclusive Social Protection

A training workshop for strengthening the role of media in promoting inclusive social protection is organized by the Federation of Ethiopian Associations of Persons with Disabilities (FEAPD) with...

Improving registration of beneficiaries through awareness raising and communications campaigns in Côte d’Ivoire, Nepal, Togo and Sri Lanka

The SP&PFM Programme in Cote d’Ivoire conducted awareness-raising workshops for workers in the informal economy on the extension of mandatory social security schemes. In collaboration with...

Highlights

Financing and extending social protection in Senegal. Progress and challenges (in French)

Understanding employment insurance and active labour market policies in Myanmar (in English)

Proposal for a comprehensive unemployment protection system in Peru (in Spanish)

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.

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

Guy Ryder

Director-General, ILO

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