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Comparative study of the effects of different cash modalities on gender dynamics and people with disabilities in Aleppo, Syria – Executive summary

14 April 2021 — By Key Aid Consulting, Venture International

In 2020/2021, the Syria Joint Response partners (ZOA, Oxfam, Cordaid, Dorcas and Terre des Hommes) completed a comparative research to showcase the different effects of different modalities on the most deprived and marginalised groups, in particular women and People With Disabilities (PWD) in order to inform more appropriate CVA programming in the Syrian context.
Besides the in-depth findings, this executive summary also includes practical recommendations to strenghten CVA in the Syrian context.


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