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Impact evaluation of MPC on Shelter and WASH outcomes
The research will explore the impact of combinations of cash and service assistance on WASH and Shelter outcomes for Syrian refugees in Lebanon. Using a mixed-method approach, the study aims to identify the optimal combinations of assistance to achieve WASH and Shelter outcomes and ultimately contribute...
Leveraging Cash and Voucher Assistance for Gender and Gender-Based Violence Outcomes in the Middle East Region
WRC and CARE with support from SDC are partnering to: develop an e-training based on the Cash & Voucher Assistance and Gender-Based Violence Compendium to complement existing in-person curricula and expand access and uptake among field-level practitioners; conduct training in three MENA countries; and...
Institute of Development Studies
BASIC (better assistance in crises) research is a 3.5 year FCDO funded programme. It aims to inform policy and programming on how to help poor and vulnerable people cope better with crises and meet their basic needs through more effective social assistance in contexts of recurrent shocks, climate crises,...
Lessons learned and key enablers in CVA preparedness to respond to shocks in Central America, Mexico and the Dominican Republic
PROJECT BACKGROUND Much of the CALP Network’s guidance and learning has emerged from protracted crises, which account for the vast majority of international humanitarian funding. However, climate change has increased the severity and intensity of disasters. The Latin American and the Caribbean (LAC)...
Effects of Cash Transfers On Intimate Partner Violence In Humanitarian Settings: A Prospective Cohort Study In South Sudan
This study seeks to improve understanding of the dynamics between intimate partner violence (IPV) and cash transfers in humanitarian settings. There is a focus on increasing knowledge of how receipt of cash transfers and the way they are delivered, may change gender relations, power dynamics, and IPV in...
Empowered Aid: Transforming gender and power dynamics in the delivery of humanitarian aid.
Examines how aid distribution mechanisms (including cash transfers) may inadvertently increase SEA risk for women and girls in order to better prevent this, using participatory action research. Phase II will build on these findings to create or adapt aid delivery models that actively work to reduce power...