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Strengthening coherence between agricultural and social protection programmes Peru country case study report

Published by: FAO

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The From Protection to Production (PtoP) programme, jointly with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), is exploring the linkages and strengthening coordination between social protection, agriculture and rural development. This study, commissioned by From Protection to Production (PtoP), took place in Peru between 13 and 25 May 2015, with field work in Andahuaylas Province, Apurímac Region. The team comprised Álvaro Espinoza, a local consultant, and Steve Wiggins from ODI. The study focused on two research questions: What has been learned from efforts to achieve coherence between agricultural and social protection policies and programmes? How can these lessons and insights contribute to achieving more and better coordination between the sectors? The study looked particularly at the links between a conditional cash transfer programme, Juntos, and three largely agricultural programmes, Haku Wiñay, Agrorural and Aliados II.

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SDGs Goal 1: No poverty Goal 2: Zero hunger
Thematic Area
Food security and nutrition
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