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Social Protection Policy. Third Caribbean Workshop on Social Protection and International Cooperation Inter-American Social Protection Network (IASPN) September 26-27, 2013 Hilton Hotel, Barbados. Elbert N. Ellis Operations Officer, Social Analyst

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social protection policy

Social Protection Policy

Third Caribbean Workshop

on Social Protection and International Cooperation

Inter-American Social Protection Network (IASPN)

September 26-27, 2013

Hilton Hotel, Barbados

Elbert N. Ellis

Operations Officer, Social Analyst

Social Sector Division, Caribbean Development Bank

September 26, 2013

Presented by:

presentation structure
Presentation Structure
  • Social Protection – CDB’s Perspective
  • Why CDB’s Interest in Social Protection?
  • CDB’s Approach to Social Protection
  • Poverty Reduction and Social Protection Policy (PRSPP)
  • Operationalising PRSPP
  • Support to Strengthen Social Protection Programme
  • Borrowing Member Countries’ (BMCs) input to Strengthen Social Protection Programmes
social protection cdb s perspective
Social ProtectionCDB’s Perspective

“All interventions from public, private, voluntary organisations and social networks, to support communities, households, and individuals, in their efforts to prevent, manage, and overcome a defined

set of risks and vulnerabilities”

  • Definition argues that:
  • Vulnerability is the critical factor threatening living standards and well-being of households and communities and a major factor in poverty and deprivation.
why cdb s interest in social protection
Why CDB’s Interest in Social Protection?

Multiple

Vulnerability

impacts on

BMCs based

on research

findings

  • High incidence of vulnerability to macroeconomic conditions and natural hazards.
  • Social protection for human development shows large gaps in coverage.
  • Livelihood insecurity and high levels of poverty in BMCs.
  • Programme targeting is poor and instruments are missing in key areas.
  • High percentage of workers employed in the informal sector not covered by formal social protection instruments (such as social insurance or pensions plans).
why cdb s interest in social protection cont d
Why CDB’s Interest in Social Protection (cont’d.)

Levels of poverty and inequality are critical

vulnerabilities in BMCs.

  • Low human capital base (low levels of education and skills).
  • Poor housing conditions with issues of overcrowding.
  • Limited access to
  • potable water.
  • High incidence of malnutrition among children in poor households.
  • Increasing incidence of the working poor.
  • High levels of employment in informal sector.

Profile of the Poor

Profile of the Poor

bank s approach to social p rotection
Bank’s Approach to Social Protection

CDB’s Poverty Reduction and Social Protection Policy (PRSPP)

cdb s prspp
CDB’s PRSPP

Social Protection will be incorporated into the Bank’s Poverty Reduction Policy building on the strategic levers of Capability Enhancement, Vulnerability Reduction and Good Governance.

  • Strengthening social protection systems intended to reduce the adverse vulnerability impact on growth and development
  • Targeting social protection programmes.
  • Strengthening evidence-based social protection; data analysis, discussion and dissemination.

KEY COMPONENTS

  • Reducing vulnerability to natural hazards and improving mitigation.
  • Enhancing monitoring and evaluation.
  • Strengthening Managing for Development Results (MfDR) Framework.
  • Sustaining development partnerships for social development financing.
operationalisation of prspp
Operationalisation of PRSPP

BNTF

CTCS

Central Beneficiaries Registry and MIS

Capital Projects

M&E

Within MfDR Framework

CSPs

PBLs

Social Policy Framework

CPAs

GPRS

CGAs

Climate Change

Disaster Risk Management

CDB’s SP Policy

OPERATIONALISED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF GENDER-RESPONSIVE

POVERTY REDUCTION AND INCLUSIVE-GROWTH

borrowing member input to support prspp
Borrowing Member Input to support PRSPP
  • Comments on proposed PRSPP.
  • Priority areas for CDB’s support.
  • Institutional capacity to implement social protection interventions.
  • Status of good governance framework.
  • Socio-political context for development.
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Thank you!

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