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Non Food Item (NFI) Voucher Fairs in Walikale Territory, North Kivu, DRC (the CALP Network Case study)

Report

In response to a rapid-onset emergency, UNICEF and Solidarités International utilised a cash-based voucher approach in Nyasi and Bobolo villages, in WalikaleTerritory, North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). As part of a larger multi-province, multi-partner response programme in DRC known as...

2012

Cash transfer for protection of blanket feeding: Maradi and Tahoua regions

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The Project ‘Cash Transfer to Protect Blanket Feeding’ in Niger was launched by UNICEF in June 2010. The Project was a direct response to the growing evidence that blanket supplementary feeding rations distributed to children of 6 to 23 months of age in food insecure communities were consumed by older...

2012

Cash Transfers in Nairobi’s Slums

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In Kenya, a combination of factors led to the food crisis of 2008–9, which put around 9.5 million people at risk of starvation. About 4.1 million of those affected were living in informal settlements (slums) in the capital, Nairobi. Oxfam and Concern Worldwide developed a joint programme to address...

2012

Household-Based Cash Transfer Targeting Strategies in Zimbabwe: Are we reaching the most vulnerable children?

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Census data, collected in July 2009, from 27,672 children were used to compare the effectiveness, coverage and efficacy of three household-based methods for targeting cash transfers to vulnerable children in eastern Zimbabwe: targeting the poorest households using a wealth index; targeting HIV affected...

2012

Cash Grants to Support Income Generating Activities – South Sudan

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In response to chronic malnutrition, ACF implemented a cash-based intervention in Twic and Gogrial West Counties of Warrap State, South Sudan, using group cash grants to promote income generating activities. The programme addressed chronic livelihood vulnerability, which is a contributing factor to global...

2012

The Impact of Cash Transfers on Nutrition in Emergency and Transitional Contexts – Synthesis Paper

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Cash transfer programming is now widely accepted as a way to meet a variety of needs in humanitarian and transitional settings. Although the literature on cash transfers has grown exponentially over the last few years, as has their use in humanitarian interventions, the relationship between cash...

2012

Shocks and Social Protection in the Horn of Africa: Analysis from the Productive Safety Net Programme in Ethiopia

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Using panel data from the Ethiopian Productive Safety Net Program, this paper explores the degree to which this social protection programme has been successful in protecting its beneficiaries against the various shocks that have affected the Horn of Africa in the recent past. The analysis suggests that...

2012

Etude Analyse Cout-Benefice Intervention « Cash For Work» Dans La Reponse Precoce A La Crise Alimentaire Dans Le Sahel

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Comme tous les pays du Sahel, la République du Tchad n’est pas à l’abri des catastrophes naturelles (sécheresse, inondations, attaques des cultures par les criquets pèlerins et les oiseaux granivores, etc.) créant le sinistre pour les populations paysannes. Ce genre de situations affecte...

2012

Cash Grants to Strengthen Returnee Livelihoods – Uganda

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In support of the return and recovery effort of formerly war affected populations, ACF implemented a cash-based intervention in Otuke District of Northern Uganda. This programme assisted internally displaced persons (IDPs) with the return home and re-establishing their livelihoods. Vulnerable households...

2012

The Impact of Cash Transfers on Nutrition in Emergency and Transitional Contexts – Review of Evidence

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This ODI / HPG comissioned report reviews the evidence of the impact of cash transfers on nutrition in emergency and transitional contexts. The research finds that evidence from humanitarian evaluations makes a strong case that cash transfers often improve dietary intake.There is less evidence that cash...

2012