Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar: Zanzibar Social Protection Policy

Published on 1 December 2011

This policy report offers an in-depth analysis of the Zanzibar Social Protection Policy, as well as mapping poverty and vulnerability on the island.

The ZSPP defines social protection as a set of actions by government and non-government actors, that aim to improve the quality of life in Zanzibar by reducing poverty, vulnerability and deprivation, providing protection against shocks, improving access to essential services, enhancing social inclusion, and promoting equal rights and opportunities for all.

The report is available through UNICEF


Dolf J.H. te Lintelo

Research Fellow and Cities Cluster Leader

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Centre for Social Protection

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