Social Protection

 In Mexico, as central government authorities considered tax reforms, UNDP worked with the Ministry of Social Development to show that a proposed value added tax on previously exempted food and medicine would push 14 million people into extreme poverty. Photo: UNDP in Mexico

We work with local and national governments to design, implement and evaluate sustainable, evidence-based, and gender-sensitive policies and fiscal reforms that strengthen social protection in areas such as unemployment, health and pensions, especially for the most vulnerable population.

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