- September 1, 2021
- By Daily Star
Rubina Abu Zeinab-Chahine- Over the last 30 years, social protection has been a critical policy instrument in underdeveloped and middle-income nations for
improving human capital and dressing poverty. There is significant evidence that social protection has a favorable influence on poverty reduction, educational development, and health outcomes. In which perspective does social protection impact positively social cohesion, trust and social capital?
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