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Jorge maldonado what we have learnt about articulating social protection and productive development programs

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This presentation is part of the programme of the International Seminar "Social Protection, Entrepreneurship and Labour Market Activation: Evidence for Better Policies", organized by the International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG/UNDP) together with Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and the Colombian Think Tank Fedesarrollo held on September 10-11 at the Ipea Auditorium in Brasilia.

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Jorge maldonado what we have learnt about articulating social protection and productive development programs

  1. 1. What we have learnt about articulating social protection and productive development programs? Key policy implications Social protection, entrepreneurship and labor market activation: evidence for better policies Brasilia, September 10-11, 2014 CCTs and Rural Development 1
  2. 2. Conditional Cash Transfers and Rural Development in Latin America Social Protection, Entrepreneurship and Labor Market Activation Seminar September, 2014
  3. 3. Context • Almost 27-million Latin American poor homes who may be receiving support from the CCT programs. A significant part of these families are rural. • Rural families may be potential beneficiaries of CCT’s, Rural Development projects or both. • Those who received both benefits may be complementing their results. CCTs and Rural Development 3
  4. 4. Objectives • To describe and understand the mechanisms (at the household and community levels) through which there exist or could exist synergistic effects between rural development projects and CCT programs. • To inform policy makers at the national level and donors/lenders of CCTs and rural development projects, about the potential for synergistic effects between CCTs and rural development projects and about alternative program designs to enhance and exploit them. • To provide feedback and build capacity within IFAD's CPMs and country teams, to take greater advantage of potential synergistic effects between IFAD projects and CCT programs CCTs and Rural Development 4
  5. 5. The Working Group CCTs and Rural Development 5
  6. 6. Hypotheses 1. Food security 2. Risk management 3. Social capital 4. Child labor 5. Relationship with the government 6. Gender empowerment 7. Expectations and aspirations 8. Training – formal and informal 9. Information and working capital 10. Environment
  7. 7. Social Capital: Organizational development - Time - Permanence - Other assistances - Pro-resources training Goal achievements Aspirations RD Program New enterprises Environmental performance Knowledge application to new areas or products Product’s quality Better prices Income Productive changes Climate-related external shocks Fondo rotatorio: Access to FS Women empowerment Education and training CCTs Selection criteria Graduation CCTs and Rural Development 7
  8. 8. http://www.sinergiasrurales.info CCTs and Rural Development 8