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Over the last few decades, there have been massive expansions in social protection across the developing world, with new approaches, techniques and paradigms, and some of these “innovative social safety nets” are among the most key ingredient linked to complementary programmes, are key for coherence, effectiveness and efficiency.
However, very little academic literature exists on how the benefits of such interventions have made differences among gender of heads using disaggregate data.
This book, therefore, provides this evidences and practices.
It discusses five distinct perspectives on social protection.
It then discusses the nature and aspects of the Ethiopian PSNP.
It next presents how the impact of this programme has been measured and discussion made.
This book is especially suitable for professionals in Economic development, Gender studies, Rural development, Social policy, International development, and Sustainable development fields.
However, the book is not an end in itself.
It also raises essential questions that must be addressed and knowledge gaps that must be filled.
Therefore, it is useful both in the information it provides and in the issues and questions it raises.
Kite, BA: studied Economics at Ethiopian Civil Service College, MA: Regional and Local Development Studies at Addis Ababa University and PhD: Development Studies at South Africa University.
Currently, he is an assistant professor at Hawassa University, Ethiopia.
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