Brief

Social Protection: How Important are the National Plans of Action for Orphans and Vulnerable Children?

Published on 1 October 2006

This briefing paper emerges from a review of 14 national plans of action (NPA), or in the absence of a NPA, outputs from the rapid assessment analysis and action planning (RAAAP) work for orphans and children made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS.

The purpose is to analyse the way that issues of social protection are incorporated into these plans and to highlight areas within the plans where social protection activity may be needed to achieve stated outcomes.

Authors

Rachel Sabates-Wheeler

Rural Futures Cluster Lead

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