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Evaluation of Concern’s Post Election Violence Recovery (PEVR) Programme


Concern’s Post Election Violence Recovery (PEVR) Programme was a cash transfer programme operating in areas of Kenya (Nairobi, Nyanza, and the Rift Valley) affected particularly badly by the violence that followed the announcement of the national election results in late 2007. Building on several other...


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...


Responding to High Food Prices: Evidence from a Voucher Programme in Burkina Faso


In February 2009, WFP launched its first food voucher operation in Africa, to address food security in an urban environment where food is available but beyond the reach of many because of high food prices. Vulnerable segments of the population, who were spending most of their budgets on food, risked...


Les Filets de Sécurité Sociale au Niger


L’étude a été commandite par la Cellule de Crises Alimentaires (CCA) du Cabinet du Premier Ministre, qui a délégué le Secrétariat Exécutif de la Stratégie du Développement Rural à la supervision. Il fait partie d’une série d’études coordonnées par un comité national de pilotage et...

December 2009

The Role of Cash Transfers in Post-Conflict Nepal


Nepal is in the midst of a transformational process: the end of the eleven year conflict in 2006 has given way to the end of the monarchy, the development of a new Constitution, and a democratically elected government which emphasises an inclusive Nepali society. However, the peace process has been slow,...

April 2009

Money Matters: An evaluation of the use of cash grants in UNHCR’s voluntary repatriation and reintegration programme in Burundi


To access another publication available in this series, titled ‘The Use of Cash Grants in UNHCR Voluntary Repatriation Operations: Report of a Lessons Learned Workshop’, please click here.  There has been growing interest in recent years in the use of cash grants as a humanitarian assistance and...