Research Clusters/Thematic Areas
Informal and Formal Social Protection Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa
This research project is under the Social Policy and Social Development Cluster and examines local sources of vulnerability, poverty and exclusion, and investigates the role of informal and formal social protection systems. It examines informal social protection systems (institutional arrangements, gender dimensions, coverage and impact); assesses formal social protection frameworks (policies, programmes and projects; and analyze the synergy between informal and formal social protection systems (how both systems complement and supplement each other).
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International Migration and Development: Sub-Saharan Africa in Perspective
This research project is under the employment and migration cluster and intends to: a) analyze the nature and types of south-south migration and migration to neighbouring countries focusing, interalia, on brain drain, human rights abuse, brain gain, remittances, technology transfer and gender dimensions of migration; b) examine the nature and types of migration from Sub-Saharan African countries to Arab States in the Gulf, as well as from Sub-Saharan Africa to the countries in the North giving attention, interalia, to types of professions and skills of migrants, brain drain, human rights abuse, brain gain, remittances, technology transfer and gender dimension of migration; and c) examine successes and challenges of Sub-Saharan African countries’ national policy responses to address the negative implications of brain drain and human right abuses of migrants as well as to encourage remittance flows, technology transfer and engaging the Africa Diaspora to contribute to Africa’s recovery.
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Urban Youth Unemployment in Eastern and Southern Africa: Nature, Challenges and Consequences’
This research project is under the employment and migration cluster and intends to encourage researchers to conduct intensive case studies that examine the nature, magnitude, causes and consequences of urban youth unemployment and analyze similarities and differences among selected eastern and southern African countries, whose findings could be used to inform policies and strategies on youth employment. The objectives include to: a) examine the nature and causes of urban youth unemployment problems in eastern and southern Africa; b) assess the magnitude (gender disaggregated) of urban youth unemployment in eastern and southern Africa; c) analyze the socio-political and economic consequences of urban youth unemployment in eastern and southern Africa; and d) discuss the nature and types of government and non-government organizations interventions to address the issues of unemployment and elaborate successes, failures and lessons learnt.
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