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  1. Module 1: Introduction to the course and understanding the course objectives ILO, 2013

  2. 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?

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. Using the guide The guide can be used as a: • Self-learning tool • Resource package for conducting training courses • Guide for conducting ABND exercises

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. 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