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PROTOCOL: Impact of social protection on gender equality in low‐ and middle‐income countries: A systematic review of reviews

Camila Perera, Shivit Bakrania, Alessandra Ipince, Zahrah Nesbitt‐Ahmed, Oluwaseun Obasola and Dominic Richardson

Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2021, vol. 17, issue 2

Abstract: This is the protocol for a Campbell review. The review aims to systematically collect, appraise, map and synthesise the evidence from systematic reviews on the differential gender impacts of social protection programmes in Low‐ and Middle‐Income Countries (LMICs). Therefore, it will answer the following questions: (1) What is known from systematic reviews on the gender‐differentiated impacts of social protection programmes in LMICs? (2) What is known from systematic reviews about the factors that determine these gender‐differentiated impacts? (3) What is known from existing systematic reviews about design and implementation features of social protection programmes and their association with gender outcomes?

Date: 2021
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