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Module 1: Introduction to the course and understanding the course objectives. ILO, 2013. Key questions. What are the objectives and scope of the guide? How is the guide structured? To whom is the guide addressed and how should it be used? What are the learning tools used in the guide?

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key questions
Key questions
  • What are the objectives and scope of the guide?
  • How is the guide structured?
  • To whom is the guide addressed and how should it be used?
  • What are the learning tools used in the guide?
  • To what extent is this guide relevant?
  • Has the guide been used and tested already?
  • What are the limitations of the guide?
objectives and scope
Objectives and scope
  • Explain concepts of social protection, risk, and insurance
  • Teach the steps of the assessment based national dialogue (ABND) exercise
  • Share concrete experiences on conducting ABND in different countries
  • Share tools and expertise for each step
  • Encourage countries to conduct the ABND through national dialogue
structure of the g uide
Structure of the guide

Intro

1

2

3

Annex

Conclusion and annexes

Step 3: Finalisation and endorsement

Step 2: Costing policy options using RAP

Step 1: Building the assessment matrix

Introduction

target groups
Target groups

ABND

  • Line ministries (Labour, Health, Social Welfare, Planning, Interior, Education, Finance, Rural Development, Women’s Affairs, etc.), social security institutions
  • Local governments
  • Workers’ and employers’ organizations
  • National Statistics Office, academicians
  • UN agencies involved in SPF (ILO, UNICEF, WHO, UNESCAP, UNFPA, UNAIDS, UNESCO, UNWOMEN, UNDP, WFP), World Bank, ADB, other development partners
  • Civil society
using the guide
Using the guide

The guide can be used as a:

  • Self-learning tool
  • Resource package for conducting training courses
  • Guide for conducting ABND exercises
learning tools
Learning tools
  • Master modules
  • PowerPoint presentations
  • Videos and self-learning tutorials
  • Case studies
  • Group activities and practical exercises
  • Quizzes, tests, and matrices
  • Glossary and additional reading material
relevance of the guide
Relevance of the guide
  • It is a resource package for conducting the ABND, which is the first step in the design and implementation of national social protection floors
  • Developed by practitioners for practitioners, based on real ABND exercises in Asia
  • Tested through several workshops in Asia and used for starting new ABND exercises
  • Progressively enriched by experiences of countries
limitations of the guide
Limitations of the guide
  • Provides tools and methods for an initial design and cost estimate of policy options
    • Once the policy options are validated, comprehensive design studies have to be conducted, including analysis of stakeholders’ views, actuarial assessments, legal reviews, etc.
  • No magic formula: needs to be tailored to the national context and the participants