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Rwanda : Social Safety Net Assessment

ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE ACCOUNTABILITY FOR SERVICE ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS AGE DISTRIBUTION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY AGRICULTURAL SECTOR AGRICULTURAL WAGE BASIC HEALTH BASIC HEALTH CARE BASIC NEEDS BENEFICIARIES BENEFICIARY BENEFICIARY HOUSEHOLDS BENEFIT PACKAGE CAREGIVERS CASH BENEFITS CASH TRANSFER CASH TRANSFERS CHILD MORTALITY CHRONIC POVERTY CHRONICALLY POOR CLIMATE CHANGE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY HEALTH CONSUMPTION POVERTY CONSUMPTION QUINTILES CONTRIBUTORY PENSIONS COPING MECHANISMS COPING STRATEGIES COPING STRATEGY CORRELATES OF POVERTY DAILY WAGE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE DEVELOPMENT PLANNING DIFFERENTIALS IN MORTALITY DIMENSIONS OF POVERTY DISABILITY DISABILITY BENEFITS DISABILITY GRANT DONOR FUNDING DONOR FUNDS DONOR SUPPORT DROUGHT DURABLE ASSETS ECONOMIC GROWTH ELDERLY ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA ELIGIBLE BENEFICIARIES EMPLOYMENT GENERATION ENROLMENT RATES EX-COMBATANTS EXTREME POVERTY EXTREME POVERTY LINE EXTREMELY POOR HOUSEHOLDS FARM EMPLOYMENT FARM SECTOR FARM WORK FEE WAIVERS FEMALE-HEADED HOUSEHOLDS FIREWOOD FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION FOOD CONSUMPTION FOOD CROP FOOD NEEDS FOOD SECURITY GENDER MAINSTREAMING GENOCIDE GOOD GOVERNANCE HEALTH CENTRE HEALTH CENTRES HEALTH INSURANCE HEALTH RISKS HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICE HOUSEHOLD HEAD HOUSEHOLD SIZE HOUSEHOLD SURVEY HOUSING HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN CAPITAL INVESTMENT HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCE BASE ILLNESS INCIDENCE OF POVERTY INCOME INCOME GENERATION INCOME SUPPORT INCOME-GENERATING ACTIVITIES INEQUALITY INFANT INFANT MORTALITY INFANT MORTALITY RATE INFORMATION SYSTEM INSURANCE MECHANISMS INSURANCE SCHEMES IRRIGATION JOB CREATION LANDLESS LEVEL OF EDUCATION LEVELS OF EDUCATION LEVELS OF PRODUCTIVITY LIVE BIRTHS LIVESTOCK OWNERSHIP LIVING CONDITIONS LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOCAL DEVELOPMENT LOSS OF INCOME MATERNAL MORTALITY MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE MEDICAL EXPENSES MICRO-CREDIT MICRO-ENTERPRISE MILK MINISTRY OF HEALTH MORTALITY DECLINES MOTHER MOUNTAINOUS TERRAIN NATIONAL COUNCIL NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT NATIONAL POLICY NEONATAL MORTALITY NUTRITION OLD AGE OLD-AGE ORPHANS PENSIONS PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES POLICY DEVELOPMENT POLICY DIALOGUE POLICY DISCUSSIONS POLICY LEVEL POOR POOR FARMERS POOR HOUSEHOLD POOR HOUSEHOLDS POPULATION DENSITY POPULATION PROJECTIONS POVERTY ACROSS PROVINCES POVERTY INCIDENCE POVERTY LEVELS POVERTY LINE POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PAPERS POVERTY STATUS PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL PROGRESS PROTECTION POLICIES PROTECTION POLICY PROTECTION SYSTEM PUBLIC POLICY PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC WORKS RADIO RATE OF GROWTH REDUCTION OF POVERTY REFUGEE REFUGEES REGIONAL VARIATION REMITTANCES RESPECT RETURNEES RISK COPING RISK MANAGEMENT RISK POOLING RISK-POOLING RURAL RURAL AREAS RURAL GAP SAFETY NET PROGRAMS SAFETY NET SYSTEMS SAFETY NETS SAVINGS SCHOOL ATTENDANCE SCHOOL ENROLMENT SCHOOLING SECONDARY EDUCATION SELECTION CRITERIA SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVIDERS SET OF RECOMMENDATIONS SHEEP SHOCK SOCIAL AFFAIRS SOCIAL ASSISTANCE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL INSURANCE SOCIAL POLICY SOCIAL PROTECTION SOCIAL PROTECTION SPENDING SOCIAL RISK SOCIAL SAFETY NET SOCIAL SAFETY NETS SOCIAL SECURITY SOCIAL TRANSFER SOCIAL TRANSFERS SSN STRUCTURAL REFORMS SUBSISTENCE SUBSISTENCE FARMERS SUPPORT GRANT TARGETING TERTIARY EDUCATION TRANSIENT POVERTY UNDERSTANDING OF POVERTY URBAN AREAS VICTIMS VOCATIONAL EDUCATION VULNERABILITY VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT VULNERABILITY REDUCTION VULNERABLE CHILDREN VULNERABLE GROUP VULNERABLE GROUPS VULNERABLE HOUSEHOLDS VULNERABLE PEOPLE WAGE WORK
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Africa | Rwanda
2014-12-17T22:14:06Z | 2014-12-17T22:14:06Z | 2012-07

Rwanda has experienced remarkable reductions in poverty from 59 percent in 2000/01 to 45 percent in 2010/11 (NISR, 2012). Social protection sector has equally evolved recently, both in terms of extending coverage of new programs and developing core functions on policy and strategy. The sector has matured from fragmented and largely off-budget donor programs to an increasingly government-owned and coherent system of interventions. But many Rwandans remain in extreme deprivation and are often stuck in chronic poverty. The sector thus needs to evolve further by deepening systems and reforms to the implementation level, increasing current low coverage of the poor by the core social safety nets programs and adequately responding to the changing needs of poverty and vulnerability. The government remains committed to pro-poor reforms and ensuring inclusive growth is sustained and enhanced.

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