Developed by Social Protection Approaches to COVID-19: Expert Advice (SPACE) in collaboration with the UNPRPD joint program on inclusive Social Protection, the UNPRPD global initiative on COVID 19 inclusive response and recovery, and Humanity & Inclusion.
The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated that countries which have disability identification mechanisms and registries already in place have been in a better position to provide fast relief and expand shock responsive support to persons with disabilities and their families.
This guidance note includes:
- Brief introduction to the definitions and terminology surrounding disability and the concept of inclusive social protection
- Summary of the rationale for the inclusion of persons with disability in social protection programming
- Examples for overcoming the challenges for outreach, identification, and registration, and needs assessment
- Some country examples
- Overall implications for future programming.
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Development/ Humanitarian; inclusive disaster response; pandemic; Disability and social diversity; persons with disabilities; Global picture; disability prevalence; Livelihoods; social protection; Politics government and economics; legislation and policy; Programme/ Project; needs/ market assessment; Research; survey