Urban climate risks and the role of social protection
This brief gives an overview of different country case studies where social protection (SP)
systems have been used to address risks arising from climate-related hazards in urban
spaces. It also explores how the existing SP systems in Tanzania, Bangladesh and Ethiopia
could be modified, given adequate resources, to become shock responsive.
McDowell, S.; Sengupta, S.; Natson, S.; Costella, C.
Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre
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