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Development Pathways’ Booth

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the lives of people around the world. Whilst the impact is global, it will not affect everyone equally. The COVID-19 crisis has shown us the importance of stringent and universal social protection programmes to assist and protect people from falling into poverty. Working with partners around the world, Development Pathways is providing analysis and strategies to support the recovery of countries’ economies.

This virtual booth brings together the resources that we have created to help inform and shape countries’ responses to COVID-19, in addition to resources on work determined as essential to establish universal social protection systems such as resources on management information systems and the need for a human rights approach to social protection.

Development Pathways is a UK and Kenya based organisation. We work throughout Africa, Asia and the Pacific engaging in social policy development; programme design and implementation; mixed methods research and evaluations across a wide range of thematic areas such as poverty, life-cycle vulnerability, gender, disability, SDGs, value chain analysis; to name a few. Our research is based on context specific solutions to economic and social challenges facing countries around the world.

We invite you all to explore our work by clinking on the links below.

Publications:
What has the Covid-19 crisis taught us about social protection?
Emergency Universal Child Benefits: Addressing the Social and Economic Consequences of the COVID-19 Crisis in South Asia
Addressing the COVID-19 economic crisis in Asia through social protection
Tackling the COVID-19 economic crisis in Sri Lanka: Providing universal, lifecycle social protection transfers to protect lives and bolster economic recovery
Building an integrated and digital social protection information system (Technical paper)
Building an integrated and digital social protection information system (Short version)
- Why are human rights considerations fundamental to inclusive and lifecycle social protection systems?

Blogs:
- Now, more than ever, human rights considerations are vital for social protection responses to COVID-19
- 7 ways technology can help the social protection response to COVID-19
- COVID-19: are we all in the same boat? 
- The global ravages of NOFUD-28
- Women’s rights should shape universal social protection as a COVID-19 response
- Are you respecting the right to privacy as you advance social protection?
- The perils of linking social protection to financial inclusion

Multimedia:
- 7 ways technology can help the COVID-19 social protection response 
- Identification and registration of beneficiaries for SP responses in the wake of COVID-19
- Five human rights considerations to the social protection response to COVID-19
- Dignity and stigma in Social Protection 
- New Podcast: “Investing in Child benefits in a COVID-19 World”
- Why are human rights considerations fundamental to social protection responses to COVID-19?
- Strengthening social contracts in South Asia in the aftermath of the COVID-19 crisis
- 7 ways technology can help the COVID-19 social protection response 

Submit your questions or comments about this booth! For doing so click on "Q&A – Questions submissions" below. Your questions can be answered live at the time of the session [8 am New York / 9am Brasilia / 2pm South Africa-Rome / 7pm Jakarta / 11pm Canberra] or throughout the conference, in writing.

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Feel free to reach out to our team at cdecamps@developmentpathways.co.uk
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