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Assessing the effects of a combined economic and social intervention in Uganda on child protection and economic outcomes
Presentation showing preliminary findings from USAID-funded Aspires Family Care Project, implemented by FHI360, ChildFund International and AVSI. Economic strengthening activities including cash transfers, VSLAs, matched savings accounts and others were shown to reduce families’ economic vulnerability...
Shock Responsive Social Protection Systems Research: Synthesis Report
This synthesis report consolidates the evidence and lessons learned from the research, drawing on all the case studies and other outputs, including the literature review as well as policy briefs on systems development and monitoring and evaluation. It highlights the key ways in which social protection...
Can limited-term cash transfers confer (lasting) child protection benefits?
The USAID-funded Aspires project, implemented by FHI360, ChildFund International and AVSI, developed evidence and programming guidance on how economic interventions can facilitate the reintegration of separated children into families, and also prevent unnecessary separation of children from their families.
Child Outcomes of Cash Transfer Programming: Research Brief
Humanitarian emergencies are increasing in both frequency and duration. It is evident that children bear the brunt of these situations and that these experiences have long-lasting effects on their development and future. The figures for the number of children affected by humanitarian emergencies are...
Cash Transfer Programming in Armed Conflict: The ICRC’s Experience
Money is the main means of survival for most people around the world. That remains the case in situations of armed conflict, when having cash to buy essential goods can mean the difference between life and death.
The ICRC’s experience shows that cash is an essential tool in humanitarian action in armed...
Somalia Household Expenditure Study
To gain a better understanding of how recipients utilise cash transfers and prioritise spending needs, REACH, through the Somali Cash Consortium, conducted a study on the expenditure patterns of cash transfer beneficiaries.
Child Outcomes of Cash Transfer Programming: Appendix 1
This is an appendix to the document « Research brief: Child outcomes of cash transfer programming. A synthesis of the evidence around survival, education and protection in humanitarian and non-humanitarian contexts ». This appendix contains the list of studies that were reviewed, with information on...
“Breaking Barriers to Girls’ Education by Breaking Cycles of Poverty” Cash Transfers in South Sudan: A Case Study
From ‘Collected Papers on Gender and Cash Transfer Programmes in Humanitarian Contexts’. Existing gender inequalities mean that disasters and conflicts impact women, men, girls and boys differently. Cash based assistance is one of the most significant developments in humanitarian assistance in recent...
Définition des Paniers de Dépenses Minimum (MEB) en Afrique de L’Ouest
Au cours de l’année 2017, 5 pays d’Afrique de l’Ouest ont lancé un travail collectif de définition du panier de dépenses minimum, afin de mieux comprendre la contribution de l’aide humanitaire à la couverture des besoins de base des populations affectées et d’améliorer son impact. Ce...
Child Outcomes of Cash Transfer Programming: Appendix 2
This is an appendix to the document « Research brief: Child outcomes of cash transfer programming. A synthesis of the evidence around survival, education and protection in humanitarian and non-humanitarian contexts ». This appendix contains a summary of the available evidence per each outcome of...