29 March 2016
DFAT, OPM and Development Pathways
Kenya’s Single Registry for Social Protection was created as an electronic solution for social accountability. The integrated registry assists the social protection sector with planning, coordination and monitoring of the country’s four main cash transfer programmes, while also integrating data from the World Food Programme’s Cash for Assets programme. The webinar was organised by DFAT, Oxford Policy Management and Development Pathways. It discussed how the introduction of Kenya’s single registry came about, its evolution, benefits, challenges and the limitations faced in implementation and future plans.
- Winnie Mwasiaji, Coordinator, Social Protection Secretariat, Kenya
- Evelyn Gathecha, Single Registry Specialist, Social Protection Secretariat, Kenya
- Richard Chirchir, Senior MIS Specialist, Development Pathways