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Sierra Leone Social Protection Assessment

ACCESS TO EDUCATION ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS AGED ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS ASSISTANCE STRATEGY ASYLUM SEEKERS BASIC EDUCATION BASIC INFRASTRUCTURE BENEFICIARIES BENEFICIARY CAPACITY BUILDING CASH TRANSFER CHILD ABUSE CHILD HEALTH CHILD LABOR CHILD MORTALITY CHILD MORTALITY RATES CHILD PROTECTION CHILD SUPPORT CIVIL WAR CONDITIONAL CASH CONFLICT CONTRIBUTORY PENSIONS COPING STRATEGIES CROWDING OUT DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DIET DIETS DISABILITY DISABILITY ISSUES DISABILITY PENSIONS DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN EARLY CHILDHOOD ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC SHOCKS ELDERLY EMERGENCIES EMERGENCY RELIEF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYMENT PROMOTION EXTERNAL FINANCING EXTERNAL RESOURCES EXTERNAL SHOCKS FAMILIES FAMILY SUPPORT FEE WAIVERS FINANCIAL CRISES FINANCIAL CRISIS FISCAL CRISIS FOOD AID FOOD CONSUMPTION FOOD INSECURITY FOOD SECURITY FOOD-FOR-WORK FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION FREE HEALTH GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNMENT HEALTH HEALTH CARE HEALTH CARE SERVICES HEALTH CLINICS HEALTH ORGANIZATION HEALTH PROGRAM HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SPENDING HIV HOMELESS HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCES HUMAN RIGHTS HYGIENE ILLITERACY INCOME INCOME SECURITY INEQUALITY INFANT INFECTIOUS DISEASES INFORMATION SYSTEM INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT INSURANCE MECHANISMS INSURANCE SCHEMES IRON JOBLESS LAWS LEAN SEASON LIFE EXPECTANCY LIFE INSURANCE LIMITED CAPACITY LIVE BIRTHS LOW BIRTH WEIGHT MALNOURISHED CHILDREN MALNUTRITION MALNUTRITION AMONG CHILDREN MARKET WAGE MATERNAL MORTALITY MEANS TEST MEDICAL SERVICES MEDICAL SUPPLIES MENTAL HEALTH MICRO-INSURANCE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL MINIMUM INCOME MINISTRY OF EDUCATION MINISTRY OF HEALTH MORTALITY MOTHER MOTHER TO CHILD MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION MUTUAL INSURANCE NATIONAL SECURITY NATURAL DISASTER NATURAL DISASTERS NUMBER OF CHILDREN NUTRITION INTERVENTIONS NUTRITION PROGRAMS NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT OLD AGE ORPHANS PARTICIPATORY POVERTY ASSESSMENTS PATIENTS PEACE PENSIONS PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES POOR POOR FAMILIES POVERTY LINE POVERTY REDUCTION PREGNANCY PREGNANT WOMEN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIVATE CAPITAL PRODUCTIVE ASSETS PROGRAM COVERAGE PROGRESS PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY PROTECTION POLICIES PROTECTION POLICY PROTECTION SYSTEM PROTECTION SYSTEMS PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC HEALTH FACILITIES PUBLIC POLICY PUBLIC WORKS PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMS REFUGEE PROGRAMS REFUGEES RESOURCE LIMITATIONS RESPONSE TO CRISES RISK MANAGEMENT SAFETY NET PROGRAMS SAFETY NET SYSTEMS SAFETY NETS SANITATION SAVINGS SCHOOL ENROLLMENT SCHOOL FEEDING SCHOOL LUNCHES SCHOOL MATERIALS SECONDARY SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOLS SELECTION CRITERIA SELF-INSURANCE SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVIDERS SEXUAL ABUSE SEXUAL HARASSMENT SEXUAL VIOLENCE SEXUALITY SHOCK SKILLS TRAINING SOCIAL ACTION SOCIAL ASSISTANCE SOCIAL INSTABILITY SOCIAL INSURANCE SOCIAL PENSION SOCIAL POLICY SOCIAL PROGRAMS SOCIAL PROTECTION SOCIAL RISK SOCIAL SAFETY NET SOCIAL SAFETY NETS SOCIAL SECTOR SOCIAL SECTORS SOCIAL SECURITY SOCIAL SERVICES SOCIAL TRANSFERS SOCIAL WELFARE STAGES OF LIFE STIS SUPPLEMENTARY FEEDING SUPPORT PROGRAM SUSTAINABLE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT SUSU TARGETING TARGETING MECHANISMS TEACHER RATIO TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TRADITIONAL FAMILY TRANSFER PROGRAM TRANSFER PROGRAMS UNEMPLOYMENT UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR REFUGEES UNSKILLED LABOR VIOLENCE VULNERABILITY VULNERABLE CHILDREN VULNERABLE GROUPS VULNERABLE HOUSEHOLDS VULNERABLE PEOPLE WAGE RATE WAR WAR VICTIMS WATER RESOURCES WELFARE INDICATORS WORK PROGRAMS WORKERS WORKS PROGRAM WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION YOUNG PEOPLE
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Sierra Leone
2014-07-22T16:54:09Z | 2014-07-22T16:54:09Z | 2013-06

This assessment provides recommendations to help the government of Sierra Leone to put its Social Protection Policy into action. Ten years after civil war, and in the aftermath of the global crises, the key challenge for Sierra Leone in the area of social protection is to move from ad hoc emergency interventions towards a national social protection system. The assessment reviews current programs in light of risks and vulnerabilities faced by Sierra Leoneans during different stages of life. It concludes that to achieve the vision of the Social Protection Policy, it will be necessary to (a) fill program gaps while eliminating fragmentation; (b) develop effective mechanisms to maximize the poverty impact of interventions; and (c) strengthen institutional and coordination arrangements.

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