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Reflections from Fiavota Emergency and Recovery Program in Madagascar

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Gaby Guerrero
Chief Social Policy, UNICEF Ethiopia

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Reflections from Fiavota Emergency and Recovery Program in Madagascar

  1. 1. Reflections from Fiavota Emergency and Recovery Program in Madagascar Gaby Guerrero Serdan Chief Social Policy, UNICEF Ethiopia
  2. 2. Aspects opérationnels: programme national de filets sociaux pour répondre aux crises 2 ©GabyGuerrero/UNICEFMadagascar ©Haja/UNICEFMadagascar Context ▪ 92% Monetary poverty ▪ 75% food poverty ▪ 50 % children are chronically malnourished ▪ Political crises, climate change and natural hazards
  3. 3. Social Protection: From Protection to Production Maximizing impacts: humanitarian- development nexus • Extension of national social protection system to respond to emergencies (vertical and horizontal) • Programmes adapted to reinforce resilience and respond to their multiple needs • Coordination between development and humanitarian partners ©GabyGuerrero/UNICEFMadagascar
  4. 4. Social Protection: From Protection to Production Cash plus components in emergency and recovery phases • Fiavota: Doubled the caseload to response to drought’s effects: malnutrition, food insecurity, loss of livelihoods • Partners: Government; WB; UNICEF • Cash: monthly transfers + lump-sump twice a year • Evaluation: quali &quasi-experimental Cash Livelihoods Nutrition C4D
  5. 5. Social Protection: From Protection to Production Mid-term evaluation results • Food Consumption + + • Non-food Consumption + + • Agricultural production + • Livestock production + • Resilience +
  6. 6. Social Protection: From Protection to Production Mid-term evaluation results • Housing: latrines + soap +light + • Education +++ • Health ++ • Nutrition: + ? • Subjective well-being + ©GabyGuerrero/UNICEFMadagascar
  7. 7. Social Protection: From Protection to Production Final reflections on Cash Plus approaches • Soft aspects: Gender, participation and accountability • Nutrition and place payments • Combination of cash, livelihoods grant and accompanying measures • No magic bullet exists! ©GabyGuerrero/UNICEFMadagascar
  8. 8. Thank you !!! አመሰግናለሁ

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