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Impact Evaluation of Cash, Food Vouchers, and Food Transfers among Colombian Refugees and Poor Ecuadorians in Carchi and Sucumbíos

2012 — By Melissa Hidrobo, John Hoddinott, Amy Margolies, Vanessa Moreira, Amber Peterman

This report is the final impact evaluation of the World Food Programme’s Food, Cash, and Voucher intervention and contains analysis on outcomes including food security, social capital, anemia, and gender issues. Due to the targeting of Colombian refuges and poor Ecuadorians in Northern Ecuador, it also examines whether program impacts varied by nationality. In addition, to the impact assessment, this report provides evidence surrounding participants experience with the program, conducts a costing study to examine which modality (food, cash, or voucher) provides the greatest benefit for the amount of funds invested, and presents the results from a qualitative study on the efficacy of the nutrition trainings that accompanied the transfers.