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Atef Elshabrawy (MOSS) • 2020 IFPRI Egypt : “COVID-19 and social protection: from effective crisis protection to self-reliance"

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Atef Elshabrawy (MOSS) • 2020 IFPRI Egypt : “COVID-19 and social protection: from effective crisis protection to self-reliance"

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“IFPRI Egypt Webinars” is a special edition of the IFPRI Egypt Seminar Series funded by USAID. This webinar took place under the title of “COVID-19 and social protection: from effective crisis protection to self-reliance”

“IFPRI Egypt Webinars” is a special edition of the IFPRI Egypt Seminar Series funded by USAID. This webinar took place under the title of “COVID-19 and social protection: from effective crisis protection to self-reliance”

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Atef Elshabrawy (MOSS) • 2020 IFPRI Egypt : “COVID-19 and social protection: from effective crisis protection to self-reliance"

  1. 1. Atef.alshabrawy@gmail.com FORSA Program Dr. Atef Elshabrawy Forsa Program Advisor Atef.alshabrawy@gmail.com From Welfare To Workfare Sept 22nd 2020
  2. 2. Atef.alshabrawy@gmail.com Response Ecosystem-based, customized graduation interventions addressing challenges through innovation Target Groups Youth & Women beneficiaries, excluded & graduated from T&K Offered services • Behavioral Change • Value-chain assets models • Production units • Employment units • Network of volunteers • Access to mass markets • Sustainable & scalable Goal: The creation of an a uniquely targeted and holistic ECOSYSTEM to embark the T&K beneficiaries, in working age, onto sustainable economic activities through innovative partnership with NGOs, public and private sector, as well as leading global experiences. Context 3.5m households, 44% of in working age.. increasing budget Weak exit strategy Challenges Beneficiaries'’ Mindset Impact of COVID-19 62% Illiterate rate 70% in upper Egypt 77% Women Opportunity Governmental leadership WB loan Graduation out of poverty Asset Transfer & Value ChainWage- employment Forsa database to be extracted from TKP database 35,000 Beneficiaries (70%) 15,000 Beneficiaries (30%) Nudging & incentives sessions Registration of interested participants through different channels Profiling of beneficiaries for final selection Selected participants (50,000) Atef.alshabrawy@gmail.com
  3. 3. Atef.alshabrawy@gmail.com Partnership International Organizations Champions NGOs Private sector MOSS Volunteer & mentors Social innovation Digitalization Social workers NGOs NGOs NGOs NGOs NGOs NGOs NGOs NGOs NGOs Biz Biz Biz Biz Biz Biz Biz Biz

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