Abstract:Sudan has gone through significant changes in its internal political settings over the past two years. However, the implementation of State-provided social protection programmes is not entirely new in the country, which already had a tradition of providing income, consumption goods and other basic services to poor and marginalised people. This One Pager summarises the findings of a report which compiled and detailed social protection schemes in Sudan. The report aims to contribute to the literature by providing evidence on the state of social assistance and social insurance in the country as of late 2019.
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