UNICEF and EPRI have launched on an operational research programme to explore the extent to which national social protection programmes are responding to the needs of individuals and households affected by HIV and AIDS.
We are excited to announce that this collaboration has resulted in UNICEF’s publication of the report HIV-sensitive Social Protection: State of the Evidence 2012 in sub-Saharan Africa, written by EPRI researchers. The report can be accessed on UNICEF’s website:
For more information on this important work, please visit EPRI’s web page on HIV-sensitive social protection:
Welcome to EPRI’s new website! We are proud to launch the new face of EPRI, and hope you’ll find the new site easier to navigate and interact with.
Here’s a brief overview of what the new website has in store for you:
- Page through our research section to learn more about our current projects and download our past papers.
- Browse our courses and capacity building pages to learn more about our teaching and training initiatives and to sign up for upcoming courses.
- Check out the course alumni lounge, where course alums can view old facebooks and photos, ask questions, and share resources about new developments in social protection.
- Explore the wide range of resources, including a social transfers evidence base, national social assistance profiles, a reading list and links for further research.
- Download or browse the new, updated second edition of our book on how to design and implement social transfer programmes.
Questions or feedback? Get in touch – we look forward to hearing from you.
-The EPRI team