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Can Social Protection Work in Fragile States? Case study: Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Somalia

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Can Social Protection Work in Fragile States? Case study: Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Somalia. / Ngamaba, Kayonda Hubert.

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2017. 52 p.

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Ngamaba, KH 2017, Can Social Protection Work in Fragile States? Case study: Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Somalia. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing.

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Ngamaba, K. H. (2017). Can Social Protection Work in Fragile States? Case study: Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Somalia. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing.

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Ngamaba KH. Can Social Protection Work in Fragile States? Case study: Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Somalia. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2017. 52 p.

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Ngamaba, Kayonda Hubert. / Can Social Protection Work in Fragile States? Case study: Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Somalia. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2017. 52 p.

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abstract = "To date, some examples of social protection are becoming the standard approach to reducing poverty levels. However, despite its long history of success in some developing worlds, social protection programs are non-existent or weakening in Fragile States. This book discusses conditions which can make social protection work in Fragile States; such as effectiveness, foreign aid, state capacity, political will, transfer delivery methods and also issues of partnerships, coordination of aid and corruption",
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