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In Brazil, South-South Exchange Promotes Innovations in Social Protection Systems

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This week, the World Bank, in partnership with the government of Brazil and the State of Rio de Janeiro, is co-hosting a South-South Learning Forum to promote knowledge exchange among policymakers from developing countries on ways to improve the design of social protection and labor systems at the policy, program and service delivery levels.

To kick-off the forum, Brazilian policymakers reflect on the value of south-south exchanges and share their story and experience in implementing the Bolsa Familia Program.  
 

Day 1: Video from Brazil

This post is part of a series appearing from the 2014 South-South Learning Forum – Designing and Delivering Social Protection and Labor Systems – held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 
 

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