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Programas de transferencias monetarias para salud sexual y reproductiva
El estudio analizó los programas en cuatro contextos (Colombia, Ecuador, Líbano y Somalia). Dos asesores emprendieron el estudio inicial, uno se enfocó en el Líbano y Somalia y el otro en Colombia y Ecuador. La recolección de datos incluyó 25 entrevistas con informantes clave con el personal de CARE...
Somalie : Argent Mobile pour la Santé Maternelle et Infantile
Des Résultats En Matière De Santé Et Des Droits Sexuels Et Reproductifs : Enseignements Tirés De L’équateur, La
Colombie, Le Liban Et la Somalie”. Dans ses programmes, CARE Somalie a eu recours aux transferts monétaires depuis plus de dix ans. Cela comprend
les transferts monétaires pour la...
Somalia Social Protection Donor Working Group – Terms of Reference (ToR)
Guidelines and Tools
Large-scale cash and voucher transfers have long formed the basis of the humanitarian response to crises in Somalia and successfully so. While sporadic small scale cash transfer projects in the past lacked coordination and coherence, this time a great deal of effort has been expended by donors and...
SPACE Economics of Early Response and Resilience to COVID-19: Ethiopia
Guidelines and Tools
The 2013 and 2018 Economics of Early Response and Resilience (TEERR) studies demonstrated the significant economic gains of investing in a more proactive response to crises. The first study was funded by DFID in 2013, followed by a more in-depth analysis in 2018 with USAID in three countries – Ethiopia,...
Perception survey of aid recipients in Somalia
Before the first case of COVID-19 was officially confirmed on 16 March 2020, Somalia was in a state of emergency resulting from the worst locust infestation in 25 years. With food supplies already under threat, the infestation was exacerbated by heavy floods, which not only displaced half a million...
Nutrition-Sensitive Diet in Somalia
Economic access is one of the most significant barriers to achieving a nutritious diet, particularly in rural areas across Somalia. Somalian meals consist of mainly staple commodities (maize, sorghum, rice, wheat and pasta), oil and, with limited consumption of nutritious foods, such as fruits and...
Cash plus and nutrition outcomes
CARE compared the outcomes of two projects–one with cash transfers and one without–for the outcomes for children and Pregnant and Lactating Women. The children in the project with cash transfers and complementary nutritional support had better outcomes than the children whose families did not receive...
Somalia: Country mapping – Large Scale Cash Transfers for COVID-19 Response
This is a rapid country review aiming to identify the best ways to fast-delivery of these cash transfers by: (i) prioritising reasonably actionable measures to channel the available aid towards the most in need, and (ii) identifying a better modus operandi for an articulated humanitarian and development...
Cash Working Group Leads Meeting Report – July 2020
The meeting was set to enable CWG Leads and Co-Leads reflect on the COVID-19 response, address challenges they face in this regard and look into trends and opportunities the response brings.
Responding to the COVID-19 Crisis: Linking humanitarian Cash and Social Protection in practise
This paper seeks to demonstrate practical ways in which NGOs are linking their humanitarian work to social protection and the added importance of this in the context of COVID-19, following from the earlier work of CCD outlining the role of NGOs to
improve the access to and delivery of social protection in...