This research looks especially at the extent to which social protection can be used as a policy instrument to enhance people’s adaptive capacity to deal with the new problems and issues caused by climate change. The findings of this research will contribute to developing more adaptive social protection in Indonesia.
As the host institution of Task Force 5, SMERU is responsible for leading the selection of policy brief proposals while ensuring the alignment of the briefs with the G20 and T20 agenda.
This research seeks to better understand the welfare of the elderly and the existing social protection programs targeting the group.
This project aims to support the TKPK of DKI Jakarta Province in evaluating the variables and model for welfare ranking as part of the effort to develop regional DTKS.
The project aims at developing a grand design, a plan of action, a business process, and standard operating procedure (SOP) for developing regional DTKS.