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Author Babajanian, Babken.
Hagen-Zanker, Jessica.
Holmes, Rebecca.
Title How do social protection and labour programmes contribute to social inclusion? : Evidence from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India and Nepal / Babken Babajanian, Jessical Hagen-Zanker and Rebecca Holmes.
Imprint Kabul : Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit (AREU), 2014.
Physical Description vi, 36 p. : maps ; 28 cm.
Notes ټولنیز ملاتړ او د کار پرګرامونو څنګه په ټولنیز یوځایوالي کې ونډه اخلي ؟ : د افغانستان، بنګله دیش، هند او نیپال څخه شواهد / لیکولان بابکن بابا جانیان، جسیکا هاګن – زانکر او ربیکا هولمس ؛ ژباړن محمد کاظم ملوان.
تاثیر برنامه های تامین اجتماعی و شغلی بالای رفع محرومیت اجتماعی : بر اساس یافته ها و مدارک به دست آمده از افغانستان، بنگلادیش، هند و نیپال / بابکان بابا جانیان، جسیکا هگن-زنکر و ربیکا هولمز ؛ مترجم خالد خسرو.
Cover title.
“March 2014”.
“AREU research for a better Afghanistan”—cover page.
“Shaping policy for development”—cover page.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents: Abbreviations—Executive summary—1. Introduction—2. Analytical framework and research approach-3. Research methodology—4. Background and country case studies—5. Research findings : to what extent do social protection and labour programmes contribute to social inclusion?—6. Conclusion and policy implications—References.
Summary: “Discussions around the post-2015 development goals and the proposed ‘leave no-one behind’ principle have revived global interest in inequality and the role of social protection in promoting social inclusion. The growing body of evidence on rising inequality and persistent structural poverty has…”—(page iii).
Subject Headings Economic assistance – Afghanistan.
Economic assistance, American – Afghanistan.
Economic development – Afghanistan.
Rural development – Afghanistan.
Economic assistance – South Asia.
Economic assistance, American – South Asia.
Economic development – South Asia.
Rural development – South Asia.
Corporate Body Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit (AREU).
Web Address (Accessed 2 June 2015)
Accession Number 19776
Language English
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Record Number 17035