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Evaluating Local General Equilibrium Impacts of Lesotho’s Child Grants Programme
This report presents findings from a local economy-wide impact evaluation (LEWIE) of Lesotho’s Child Grants Programme. Simulations indicate that total income impacts significantly exceed the amounts transferred under the programme: each loti transferred stimulates local nominal income gains of up to...
Payment Mechanisms and Anti-Poverty Programs: Evidence from a Mobile Money Cash Transfer Experiment in Niger
Cash transfers have become an increasingly important component of social protection policies in both developed and developing countries. While such programs are often implemented electronically in developed countries, in many developing countries with weak financial infrastructure, such transfers are...
Combating gender-based violence and enhancing economic empowerment of women in Northern Uganda through cash transfers
The aim of this evaluation is to assess the relevance, sustainability, effectiveness and efficiency of the programme. Moreover, the evaluation will assess the impact of the programme on women and girls in relation to livelihoods and economic empowerment and access to social services, including education,...
Surveying Livelihoods Service Delivery and Governance: Baseline evidence from Nepal
In 2012/13, SLRC implemented the first round of an original cross-country panel survey in Nepal designed to produce information on: people’s livelihoods (income-generating activities, asset portfolios, food security, constraining and enabling factors within the broader institutional and geographical...
Social Protection System: An Afghan case study, analysing the potential of a child-focused social protection Cash Transfer Programme in Balkh
UNICEF is considering the development of a social protection programme with a specific focus on children, within the already existing framework developed by the World Bank and MoLSAMD. With the end goal of articulating children-sensitive programming with the World Bank’s own safety net programme in...
The Impact of the Harmonized Social Cash Transfer Programme (HSCT) in Zimbabwe on the Local Economy
Local economy-wide impact evaluation (LEWIE) simulation methods are used to assess the likely impacts of cash transfers on the local economy. When the Harmonized Social Cash Transfer Programme gives money to beneficiary households, they spend it, buying goods and services. As this cash swirls around...
Evaluation of ECHO-Funded Cash and Voucher Food Assistance in the Democratic Republic of Congo
People in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have long faced protracted conflict and instability resulting in the displacement of populations. In order to provide households affected by new displacements with timely access to food, ECHO funded the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), the Association...
Etude de la vulnérabilité à l’insécurité alimentaire des ménages pauvres – République Islamique de Mauritanie
La Croix Rouge Française a lié un partenariat avec Montpellier SupAgro / Institut des Régions Chaudes (IRC) dans le but de mettre en oeuvre un projet de recherche / action. Le projet de Transfert Economique et Social (TES) vise l’expérimentation de transferts monétaires dans une commune de la...
Cash or Coupons? Testing the impacts of cash transfers versus vouchers in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Despite the increased use of conditional and unconditional cash-transfer programs worldwide, a majority of social protection programs in both developed and developing countries use in-kind transfers and vouchers. This paper reports the results of a randomized evaluation of an unconditional cash transfer...
E-Payments in Uganda with Limited Infrastructure
The 2005 Uganda Chronic Poverty Report argued that households in chronic poverty show a range of deficits that include deficient consumption and malnutrition, limited access to health and education, and limited voice and influence. For many of these households social exclusion reinforces their...