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Child Sensitive Social Protection in Nepal Project Brief 2020

The Child Sensitive Social Protection (CSSP) project was initiated in 2011 in Nepal and is built on the understanding that government social protection programmes can play a key role in advancing the development of children. For this to materialise, poor and vulnerable households need to be in a position to access their social protection entitlements and once this is achieved, they must be supported to ‘invest’ in their children

This brief summarizes the approaches and achievements of a Child Sensitive Social Protection Protection (CSSP) project in Nepal.

Published 2020-12-02