The main objective of the Latin America and Caribbean - LAC Social Protection team is to help countries in the region increase the equity and coverage of Social Protection (SP) systems and to enable the poor to have better jobs. Focusing on areas such as the expansion and improvement of CCT programs, including ways to enhance employability of the poor; the linkages between informality and social protection systems; identifying more effective policies for youth at risk; and addressing malnutrition, the team has sought to improve outcomes in our lending and AAA portfolio, and to create capacity in countries to monitor and evaluate those outcomes. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
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