Building on our understanding of poverty and inequality dynamics, we support countries to design and implement social protection systems that are fair, effective, efficient, nationally-owned, sustainable, and tailored to local context.
This project investigates how social protection systems can scale up to respond to shocks in low-income countries, and fragile and conflict-affected states.
India’s Bihar Child Support Programme is a conditional cash transfer programme, improving child nutrition outcomes in Bihar.
We worked with the State Government's Social Welfare Department to introduce the Bihar Child Support Programme.
Working paper: Assessing the capacity of local administration to deliver social protection programmes
Delivering social protection systems in sub-Saharan Africa.
The Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) is Pakistan’s flagship social protection programme, targeted at the poorest households across 149 districts in Pakistan.
We designed and implemented quantitative and qualitative surveys on the use of public resources for education and healthcare and family planning.