What is SASPP Policy Notes Series?
This Policy Note Series is aimed at capturing diverse lessons from experience in World Bank operations and research in the Sahel, on how adaptive social protection can help enhance the resilience of poor and vulnerable communities in the region. The series is intended to disseminate knowledge and key findings in an easily digestible format.
What is the SASPP Technical Paper Series?
The series is a new publication framework designed to communicate research findings in a comprehensive and detailed manner to professionals and researchers.
In the flagship report series, the SASPP team consolidates good practices and lessons learnt around select priority themes in the region or in specific countries.
SASPP’s Annual Reports present progress made by the program during the fiscal year. It summarizes the main achievements undertaken in each country and by the regional program. It also presents the plans for the forthcoming fiscal year.
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|2023||5 myths about Disaster Risk Financing for adaptive social protection in the Sahel|
|2022||Mahamadou Ouhoumoudou and Mamta Murthi: How Niger’s safety net helps its most vulnerable citizens thrive amid crises|
|2022||Stéphanie Brunelin and Jonathan Lain: Seasonal deprivation in the Sahel is large, widespread, but it can be anticipated and addressed|
|2022||Stéphanie Brunelin, Mahame Maliki Amadou, Felix Lung, and Snjezana Plevko: Responding faster to droughts with satellites and adaptive social protection in Niger|
|2022||Thomas Bossuroy and Patrick Premand: Cost-effective government intervention opens pathways out of extreme poverty for women in Niger|
|2022||Thomas Bossuroy, Markus Goldstein, Patrick Premand, Julia Vaillant: Yes we can! Unbundling poverty graduation programs for cost-effective impact|
|2021||Roadmap for a more inclusive and fiscally sustainable post-COVID economy in Mauritania|
|2021||Thomas Bossuroy and Patrick Premand: Pathways out of extreme poverty? The cost-effectiveness of productive inclusion measures in Sahelian safety nets|
|2021||Thomas Bossuroy and Patrick Premand: Resilience at scale: productive inclusion through safety nets in the Sahel|
|2020||Thomas Bossuroy, Christian Bodewig, and Nuria Branders: After the rains: Assisting flood-affected households through adaptive social protection|
|2020||Rebekka Grun, Amina Semlali, and Frieda Vandeninden: The virus that spurred Burkina Faso and African nations to scale up its social safety nets|
|2019||Rebekka Grun, Amina Semlali, and Frieda Vandeninden: Can Safety Nets Close the Poverty Gap in Burkina Faso and Ensure Family Welfare?|
|2018||Burkina Faso: Boosting Rural Incomes to Break the Cycle of Intergenerational Poverty|
|2018||Investing in early childhood to break the poverty cycle: The case of Mauritania|
|2016||In Senegal, A Safety Net System Designed to Break the Cycle of Poverty|
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|2023||Multi-country Technical Workshop on Social Registers (October 2-5, Dakar, Senegal) [Only available in French]|
|2022||Inclusion of pastoral populations in Senegal's Single National Register (RNU) [Only available in French]|