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Gender Responsive Budgeting: A Tool for Enhancing Parliamentary Oversight and Accountability

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

In most countries, parliamentary debate on and approval of the national budget is required. This makes parliamentarians critical actors in ensuring that budget allocations and expenditures are undertaken in a transparent, accountable and fair manner. Gender responsive budgeting (GRB), is a strategy to achieve gender equality, by ensuring that interventions required to eliminate inequalities between women and men and boys and girls are adequately financed.

Financial Support For Single Parents In Caring For Their Children: Private Child Support And Social Assistance

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Public assistance in the Caribbean generally does not include special provisions for sole parents. Instead, such families—if they are fortunate—receive support through the limited general public assistance schemes.

Considerations In Using Proxy Means Tests In Eastern Caribbean States (Full Paper)

Sunday, June 12, 2016

The social safety net assessments conducted in Eastern Caribbean states in and around 2009 recommended that countries should develop a proxy means test (PMT) to replace the diverse approaches they were using to target poverty-related benefits.

Conditional Cash Transfers: Learning From The Literature: A Policy Brief

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Conditional Cash Transfers: Learning From The Literature

Conditional Cash Transfers: Learning From The Literature (Full Paper)

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Eastern Caribbean countries are currently developing and implementing substantial social safety net reforms. Governments of six Eastern Caribbean countries conducted social safety net assessments in 2009 – 2010, with the support of UN Women and UNICEF in partnership with the World Bank.

Considerations in Using Proxy Means Tests in Eastern Caribbean States: A Policy Brief

Friday, June 10, 2016

The social safety net assessments conducted in Eastern Caribbean states in and around 2009 recommended that countries should develop a proxy means test (PMT) to replace the diverse approaches they were using to target poverty-related benefits.

Case Study On The St. Lucia National Eligibility Test

Friday, June 10, 2016

Establishing gender and child responsive social protection schemes that ensure universal access to health care including maternity care, and basic income security, will protect women and their families from the effects of economic shocks and crises that may result in job and wage losses.

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