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Country Reviews of Social Assistance in Crises: A Compendium of Rapid Assessments of the Nexus Between Social Protection and Humanitarian Assistance in Crisis Settings

Published on 1 June 2021

This collection brings together brief overviews of the social assistance landscape in eight fragile and conflict-affected settings in sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East: Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Somalia and Yemen.

These overviews were prepared as part of Better Assistance in Crises (BASIC) Research, a multi-year programme (2020–24) supported by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) of the UK government. BASIC Research aims to inform policy and programming on effective social assistance in situations of crisis, including for those who are experiencing climate-related shocks and stressors, protracted conflict and forced displacement.

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Mohamed, H.; Szyp, C.; Thorsen, D.; Bellwood-Howard, I.; McLean, C.; Baur, D.; Harvey, P.; Lind, J.; Longhurst, D.; Sabates-Wheeler, R.; Slater, R. and Warmington, A. (2021) 'Country Reviews of Social Assistance in Crises: A Compendium of Rapid Assessments of the Nexus Between Social Protection and Humanitarian Assistance in Crisis Settings', Brighton: Institute of Development Studies, DOI: 10.19088/BASIC.2021.001

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Image of Carolina Szyp
Carolina Szyp

Research Officer

Image of Dorte Thorsen
Dorte Thorsen

Research Fellow

Image of Imogen Bellwood-Howard
Imogen Bellwood-Howard

Research Fellow

Image of Jeremy Lind
Jeremy Lind

Research Fellow

Image of Rachel Sabates-Wheeler
Rachel Sabates-Wheeler

Research Fellow

Image of Amy Warmington
Amy Warmington

Project Manager (ICTD)

Habiba Mohamed
Calum McLean
Daniela Baur
Daniel Longhurst

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10.19088/BASIC.2021.001

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