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Etude de Faisabilite et Propositions pour la Mise en Oeuvre d’un Projet Pilote Filet Social se Securite par Transfert Direct en Especes au Niger
L’objectif de cette étude est d’analyser la faisabilité de la mise en oeuvre au Niger d’un projet pilote de transfert direct en espèces qui aura pour but la réduction de la pauvreté et de l’insécurité alimentaire et de formuler des propositions opérationnelles pour sa mise un place. A...
Evaluation of Cash Relief Programme implemented by Horn Relief
This evaluation of the Emergency Cash Relief Programme (ECRP) was conducted between the 10th -22nd of June 2004. The evaluation looked at the various issues of programme operation and management, including financial management, and used an overall performance-scoring matrix for this purpose. The overall...
Niger: Unconditional cash transfers in Tanout
This case study documents the one time unconditional cash transfer programme carried out by the British Red Cross, for households vulnerable to food insecurity, as part of its overall emergency and recovery project following the 2004/5 Food crisis in Niger. It details the context, situational analysis,...
Vouchers – A Quick Delivery Guide
Guidelines and Tools
A Quick Delivery Guide to using vouchers to implement a market-based emergency response. Prepared as a practical tool, this guide provides a brief synthesis of the necessary preconditions and advantages and disadvantages of using vouchers. It also provides practical implementation tips.
The CALP Network 4th Global Learning Event: Global Innovations and Lessons Learned from Response in South and South-East Asia (Complete workshop notes)
The 4th the CALP Network Global Learning Event was held in Bangkok, Thailand on the 16th and 17th February 2011, hosted by the CALP Network in partnership with the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC). This inter-agency event was designed to present the latest...
Key Challenges and Lessons Learned in Interagency Cash Coordination in Pakistan
A presentation from the CALP Network’s former focal point Loreto Palmaera on ‘Key Challenges and Lessons Learned in Interagency Cash Coordination in Pakistan’
Alimentation Equilibree et Pouvoir D’Achat: Etude de Cas sur le Departement de Tessaoua, Region de Maradi – Niger
Au Niger près d’un enfant sur deux âgés de moins de cinq ans, souffre de malnutrition chronique et un enfant sur dix de malnutrition aiguë. Par ailleurs ce pays est également considéré comme un des plus pauvres du monde, ce qui peut amener à se demander dans quelle mesure la grande pauvreté des...
Q&A – Cash Transfers in South Central Somalia.
Context: In recent months, it has become clear that many populations in Southern Somalia are under increasing and severe food access stress. The situation has been further exacerbated by the absence of large-scale food aid, as well as rising global food prices, the worsening drought and its impact on...
Fresh food vouchers for refugees in Kenya
Read the report here This article in Field Exchange magazine outlines an intervention by ACF in Dadaab to improve the nutritional intake and dietary diversity of the refugee population of Dadaab, Kenya, through a complementary food voucher scheme targeted at malnourished children.
Trading in Turbulent Times: Smallholder maize marketing in the Southern Highlands, Tanzania
The short-run effects of the 2007/2008 global food crisis on semisubsistence farmers’ well-being in low-income countries depends on whether they are net sellers or net buyers of the affected commodities. Realizing that farmers face volatile prices over the course of an agricultural year, this study...