Information systems

Developing integrated information systems is a crucial step in building a national social protection programme. These systems allow for the efficient management of information within the social protection sector and facilitate access to important data from other sectors such as education, health, agriculture and disaster risk management. Efficient information systems reduce the workload of staff by centralising and optimising processes, making it easier to filter potential problems such as data errors and benefit fraud, and increase transparency of policy decisions. These webinars include discussions on the challenges and benefits of different systems, as well as innovations and best practices.


  • 5. Kenya`s Single Registry for Social Protectionali

  • 50. Information systems for the social protection sector: social registries and beyond

  • 82. Building on government systems for shock preparedness and response: the role of social assistance data and information

  • 120. An integrated and digital social protection information system – outcomes, challenges & risks

  • 126. G2P Payments in COVID-19 context: Key areas of action and experiences from country emergency actions

  • 140. Identification and registration of beneficiaries for social protection responses in the wake of COVID-19: challenges and opportunities

  • 220. Where next in digital social protection? Lessons from the COVID-19 crisis taken into the future

  • 225. Using Social Registries to Develop Effective Tools for Household Targeting

  • 236. Cross Road Bank for Social Security, Belgium: The Belgian experience achieving social sector interoperability

  • 237. Applying the Principles for Digital Development in social protection

  • 239. Creating the Digital Social Assistance System in Turkey: Integrated Social Assistance Information System (ISAS)

  • 244. Integrated Social Information Registry of Chile: your information, your benefits

  • 247. Harmonization of Digital Social Protection in Cambodia

  • 252. Good practices for ensuring data protection and privacy in Social Protection Systems – the case of Indonesia

  • 254. Demand and supply perspectives on Digital Financial Inclusion and cash transfers: findings from a WFP study in the Asia Pacific region

  • 255. Interoperability of social security systems of France

  • 265. How to use ICT for the benefit of Brazilian citizens

  • 267. Are we harnessing the power of machine learning in social protection?

  • 268. Integrated Social Protection Information System in Ghana: Opportunities, Impact and Challenges

  • 272. Integrated Social Protection Information System in Uzbekistan

  • 277. Novel digital data sources for social protection: opportunities and challenges

  • 278. Interoperability in Action #4 - Social Protection Information System interacting with Farmer Registry

  • 280. Digital innovations in delivering social protection in rural areas: Lessons for public provisioning during the post-pandemic recovery and beyond

  • 282. Jordan National Unified Registry (NUR)

  • 286. Interoperability in Action #6: Social Protection Information System interacting with Social Registry

  • 287. Interoperable Systems of Colombia for Adaptive social protection

  • 290. Social Protection Management Information System interacting with Integrated Beneficiary Registry