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Republic of Chad : Shaping Adaptive Safety Nets to Address Vulnerability

PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT CREDIT PROGRAM SAFETY NET PROGRAMS RISKS HOUSEHOLD SIZE POVERTY LINE PEOPLE ZAKAT VACCINATION TRANSFERS IN CASH INFORMAL SAFETY NETS INCOME PREVENTION LAWS FOOD SUPPLEMENTS LIVE BIRTHS SUICIDE SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES RISK-COPING COMMUNITY HEALTH SOCIAL WORK SOCIAL SAFETY NET HEALTH CARE WELFARE HEALTH GOVERNMENT CAPACITY PRISONS INFANT NUTRITION CASH TRANSFER RECOVERY PROGRAM SOCIAL ASSISTANCE RURAL POPULATION BENEFICIARIES CONFLICT MEASURES HEALTH FACILITIES MUTUAL AID PUBLIC HEALTH SAFETY NETS POVERTY REDUCTION COPING STRATEGIES KNOWLEDGE WORKS PROGRAMS DISABILITIES PROTECTION MECHANISMS WEALTH DISTRIBUTION HEALTH FACILITY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SAVINGS IDIOSYNCRATIC″ SHOCKS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE BENEFICIARY PATIENT PATIENTS INTERVENTION PROGRAM COVERAGE INCOME INEQUALITY VULNERABLE HOUSEHOLDS HEALTH CENTERS MIGRATION TRANSFERS PHYSICAL DISABILITY NATURAL DISASTERS VIOLENCE MARKETING CHRONIC POVERTY POLLUTION DISASTERS SOCIAL TRANSFER SOCIAL SECURITY SOCIAL PROTECTION EXTENDED FAMILIES EMERGENCY RESPONSE SCHOOL COMPLETION PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMS PRICE SUBSIDIES FAMINE SAFETY NET SYSTEMS CASH TRANSFERS BLINDNESS MORTALITY SUBSIDIES SOCIAL SUPPORT FREE HEALTH COVARIATE SHOCKS RISK GROUPS MEDICAL TREATMENT PRIMARY SCHOOLS PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES INFORMATION CAMPAIGNS UNEMPLOYMENT MICRO-CREDIT CHILDBIRTH SUPPORT PROGRAM POVERTY LINES NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT SOCIAL SAFETY NETS INCOME SECURITY OLDER PEOPLE FOOD SECURITY LEAN SEASON MEANS TEST WORKERS DROUGHT AGED SUPPORT STRUCTURES SOCIAL SERVICES SCHOOL ATTENDANCE IMMUNODEFICIENCY FOOD PROGRAM PHYSICAL DISABILITIES CHRONICALLY POOR HEALTH POLICY VULNERABLE GROUPS SOCIAL POLICY SOCIAL ISOLATION HYGIENE SAFETY NET PEOPLE WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES VICTIMS RURAL POVERTY STRESS PRODUCTIVE ASSETS SOCIAL ACTION MALNUTRITION CHILD NUTRITION REFUGEES AGRICULTURAL SUPPORT VOUCHERS NUTRITION PUBLIC WORKS WORKSHOPS ADOLESCENTS TARGETING MECHANISMS EMERGENCY FOOD HEALTH SYSTEM FOOD INSECURITY WEIGHT TARGETING PUBLIC RESOURCES PREGNANT WOMEN FOOD DISTRIBUTION CHILDREN POVERTY ISOLATION WELLNESS ADDICTION WATER POLLUTION EXTERNAL SHOCKS HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION POLIO BEREAVEMENT RISK MANAGEMENT LIVING CONDITIONS VULNERABLE CHILDREN HUMANITARIAN RELIEF EXTERNAL FINANCING POOR STRATEGY CANTEENS REGISTRATION FAMILIES SHOCK NUTRITION PROGRAM HOSPITALS SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE CIRCUMCISION SOCIAL WORKERS HEALTH SERVICES IMPLEMENTATION PREGNANCY BREASTFEEDING HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INEQUALITY
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Chad
2016-06-22T15:52:53Z | 2016-06-22T15:52:53Z | 2016-04-05

This report is the result of extensive analytical work on social protection in Chad. During 2014 and 2015, the World Bank’s Social Protection and Labor (SPL) Global Practice undertook extensive analytical work in Chad to assess the country’s poverty and vulnerability profile, and the characteristics of its social safety nets system. This report, Republic of Chad – Shaping Adaptive Safety Nets to Address Vulnerability, is the result of such work and was prepared in the context of the renewed relationship between the Government of Chad and the World Bank. Such partnership includes the reengagement of the World Bank on the SPL agenda, and programming of World Bank support to Chad as part of the Systematic Country Diagnostic and the Country Partnership Framework.

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