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Final evaluation of Livelihood Projects in the Post tsunami Recovery Operation in Sri Lanka
Spanish Red Cross has wide experience in livelihoods programming mainly in South America and South Africa over the last twenty years. However the projects that were developed in response to the impact of the Indian Ocean tsunami were the first time that the SRC used cash grants as a modality for its...
Evaluación de Proyectos de Medios de Vida Plan Especial Maremoto (PEM) en Sri Lanka
Cruz Roja Española tiene una amplia experiencia en los medios de subsistencia de programación, principalmente en América del Sur y Sudáfrica en los últimos veinte años. Sin embargo, los proyectos que se desarrollaron en respuesta a los efectos del tsunami del Océano Índico fuera la primera vez que...
Enterprise Recovery Following Natural Disasters
Using data from surveys of enterprises in Sri Lanka after the December 2004 tsunami, the authors undertake a microeconomic study of the recovery of the private firms in a developing country following a major natural disaster. Disaster recovery in low-income countries is characterized by the...
Minimum Economic Recovery Standards
Guidelines and Tools
The Minimum Economic Recovery Standards articulate the minimum level of technical and other assistance to be provided in promoting the recovery of economies and livelihoods affected by crisis.
Real Time Evaluation: Project ADVANCE Niger, Final Report
The 2009 agricultural season in Niger was marked by dramatic crop production deficits. The most recent drought in Niger has led to an escalation in the price of locally-produced staple grains in the region. While demand in local markets remains high, as is normal right before the lean season, many...
Helpdesk Research Report: Political Economy of Cash Transfers
Cash transfers are a form of social assistance in which money or cash-like instruments (e.g. vouchers) are distributed to vulnerable individuals or households. They can vary in targeting (eligibility requirements, such as age, poverty, and disability) or conditionality (specific actions required to...
Delivering money: Cash transfer mechanisms in emergencies
This report documents lessons learned in cash transfer programming in emergencies, with a particular focus on the practicalities of how to deliver money to beneficiaries. It provides guidance for project managers needing to make choices about how to efficiently and effectively deliver cash, and explores...
Cash grants in Upper Sindh flood response 2010
This case study and paper summarises Oxfam’s experience with unconditional cash grants to 20,000 households in response to the flooding in Upper Sindh, Pakistan in 2010. It retrospectively documents the Oxfam project, emphasising issues relevant to a wide practitioner audience interested in experience...
Cash transfers in emergencies: A practical field guide
Guidelines and Tools
A practical and user-friendly field guide for using cash to meet the needs of older people. This guide covers deciding if cash is appropriate, conducting initial assessments and market analysis, identifying beneficiaries and amounts, preparing the community and implementing cash transfers. The purpose of...
Understanding and Strengthening Informal Seed Markets
Informal markets receive little attention from governments and researchers, despite their centrality to farmers’ seed security. This paper documents the importance of informal markets for supplying seed and restocking critical plant genetic resources in normal and stress periods. It analyses farmers’...