Building Social Protection and Labor Systems

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Building Social Protection and Labor Systems

  1. 1. Building Social Protection and Labor Systems HD Learning Week February 5, 2013 1
  2. 2. The World Bank’s 2012-2022 Social Protection and Labor Strategy calls for Moving From f r a g m e n t e d approaches to harmonized systems 2
  3. 3. What are SPL Systems? Portfolios of coherent programs that • communicate with each other, • often share administrative sub- systems, • work together to deliver resilience, equity and opportunity 3
  4. 4. Two Pillars to support the Social Protection and Labor Systems Agenda ASPIRE Atlas of Social Protection Compilation of global data SPARCS Social Protection Assessment of Results and Country Systems Assessment tool
  5. 5. What is ASPIRE? • A data project creating harmonized, comprehensive database of SPL programs across countries and over time to allow benchmarking comparisons of country results • Data platform providing open, accessible and comparable indicators of SPL program design and performance based on different data sources – Household survey data: SP ADePT indicators for 57 countries online now – Administrative data: Efforts to harmonize key indicators – New ASPIRE portal to be launched soon to access data • Data, training and parnerships 5
  6. 6. What is SPARCS?  “Open source” instruments to assess and guide SPL systems development – Develops a common methodology for assessment of SPL systems based on available evidence and practice – Generates “open source” assessments that can be developed and used by other organizations – Facilitates coherent global learning - knowledge sharing Suite of instruments applied using a ‘menu’ approach at the program and administrative levels: “What Matters” guidance notes, assessment tools with benchmarks, country reports • Platform for partnerships and engagement 6
  7. 7. Operationalizing a systems approach Administrative level: Applying common administrative tools across programs • Pakistan • Georgia Program level: Coordination of multiple SPL programs • Chile • Ethiopia Policy level: Developing overall approaches to administration, implementation and financing • Rwanda • Philippines 7

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