Bolsa Famila Inforgraphic
Apr04
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SADC BIG Newsletter Issue
Nov23

SADC BIG Newsletter Issue

SOCIAL PROTECTION IN SOUTHERN AFRICA: A reflection on the opportunities provided by transformative social protection policies. As we reflect on International Poverty Day (17 October), it is important to look at the social protection work that has been undertaken so far. For HelpAge and its network members, this includes examining its advocacy for universal old age pensions in recognition of the fact that 43% of the population in...

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#EndPoverty #DSL #BNB #SADCBIG
Oct24

#EndPoverty #DSL #BNB #SADCBIG

The SADC BIG income Grant Campaign’s vision is to eradicate poverty and reduce inequality in Southern Africa, through promoting the roll out of social protection in accordance with the SADC Social Charter- in the form of social cash transfers.

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SADC BIG Campaign : Fact Sheet
Aug29

SADC BIG Campaign : Fact Sheet

In 2003 President Lula created the Bolsa Familia Program (BFP), a conditional cash transfer grant that functions as a social welfare program...

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SADC BIG Newsletter Issue 1
Aug04

SADC BIG Newsletter Issue 1

We welcome you all to this new edition of the SADC- BIG Newsletter. As members and allies of the campaign are aware, the secretariat has recently welcomed Nkateko Chauke as the new co-ordinator. She replaced Taku Fundira, who championed the campaign for the last three years together with the member- based steering committee, for which he has our permanent thanks. One of the main thrusts that we are committed to is moving from a more...

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Country Brief: Namibia
Jun09

Country Brief: Namibia

Author: Taku Fundira Download Report SADC’s Way Ahead – Social Protection through Cash Transfers Country Brief: Namibia – An analysis of the impact of universal cash transfers on poverty and income Introduction This report is part of a wider campaign in SADC for the roll out of a universal basic income country accessible to all SADC residence including refugees and migrants[1]. The Campaign draws on principles of economic and...

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