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Building on social protection systems for effective disaster response: the Philippines experience

Source(s):  INASP
Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
Oxford Policy Management (OPM)
The Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP)

How can social protection systems be used in disasters, as a complement to, or substitute for, humanitarian assistance? Oxford Policy Management led a two-year research project investigating this question, looking at the role of social protection in both mitigating the impact of large-scale shocks and supporting households after a crisis hits. They identify factors that can help and hinder effective disaster response, and consider how social protection actors collaborate with others working in humanitarian assistance and disaster risk management (DRM).

This document presents findings from fieldwork in the Philippines, which looked at the experience of scaling up the government’s social protection cash transfer programme after Typhoon Haiyan (known locally as Yolanda) in 2013, developments since then, and options for the future.



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  • Building on social protection systems for effective disaster response: the Philippines experience
  • Publication date 2017
  • Author(s) Smith, Gabrielle; Barca, Valentina
  • Number of pages 7 p.

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