Promoting resilient livelihoods through adaptive social protection: lessons from 124 programmes in South Asia
Davies, M., Bene, C., Arnall, A., Tanner, T., Newsham, A. and Coirolo, C. (2013) Promoting resilient livelihoods through adaptive social protection: lessons from 124 programmes in South Asia. Development Policy Review, 30 (1). pp. 27-58. ISSN 0950-6764
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To link to this article DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-7679.2013.00600.x
Adaptive Social Protection refers to efforts to integrate social protection (SP), disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA). The need to integrate these three domains is now increasingly recognized by practitioners and academics. Relying on 124 agricultural programmes implemented in 5 countries in Asia, this paper considers how these elements are being brought together, and explores the potential gains of these linkages. The analysis shows that full integration of SP, DRR and CCA interventions is still relatively limited but that when it occurs, integration helps to shift the time horizon beyond short-term interventions aimed at supporting peoples’ coping strategies and/or graduation objectives, toward longer-term interventions that can assist in promoting transformation towards climate and disaster resilient livelihood options.
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