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

Report

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...

2010

Helpdesk Research Report: Political Economy of Cash Transfers

Report

Cash transfers are a form of social assistance in which money or cash-like instruments (e.g. vouchers) are distributed to vulnerable individuals or households. They can vary in targeting (eligibility requirements, such as age, poverty, and disability) or conditionality (specific actions required to...

2010

Comparing Cash and Food Transfers: a Cost-Benefit Analysis from Rural Malawi

Report

The Cash and Food for Livelihoods Pilot (CFLP) project was a cash and food-for-assets scheme implemented in southern Malawi over the eight months from October 2008 to May 2009, benefiting 11,100 households. CFLP was designed to prevent acute hunger and invest in disaster prevention and preparedness...

2010

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

Report

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...

2010

Cash transfers in emergencies: A practical field guide

Guidelines and Tools

A practical and user-friendly field guide for using cash to meet the needs of older people. This guide covers deciding if cash is appropriate, conducting initial assessments and market analysis, identifying beneficiaries and amounts, preparing the community and implementing cash transfers. The purpose of...

2010

Do Cash Transfers Improve Food Security in Emergencies? Evidence from Sri Lanka

Report

In December 2004, WFP launched an emergency operation (EMOP) to assist victims of the tsunami in Sri Lanka. The disaster resulted in more than 38,000 deaths and approximately 7,000 people missing. The government estimated that at least 1 million people were directly or indirectly affected, of whom about...

2010

Guidelines for Cash Interventions in Somalia

Guidelines and Tools

These guidelines are intended for all agencies operating in Somalia to represent a common approach to cash transfer programming for food security and livelihood activities in Somalia. The guidelines outline the minimum acceptable standard for cash interventions and provide the justification for...

2010

Evaluación de Proyectos de Medios de Vida Plan Especial Maremoto (PEM) en Sri Lanka

Informe

Cruz Roja Española tiene una amplia experiencia en los medios de subsistencia de programación, principalmente en América del Sur y Sudáfrica en los últimos veinte años. Sin embargo, los proyectos que se desarrollaron en respuesta a los efectos del tsunami del Océano Índico fuera la primera vez que...

2010

Evaluation of Zimbabwe’s Emergency Cash Transfer (ZECT) Programme, Final Report

Report

Concern Worldwide have been delivering food aid in three rural districts of Zimbabwe (Gokwe North, Gokwe South and Nyanga) since 2002 as part of the World Food Programme’s (WFP) Vulnerable Group Feeding (VGF) programme. The VGF provided a monthly food bundle of 10kg staple, 1kg beans and 600ml oil per...

2010

Minimum Economic Recovery Standards

Guidelines and Tools

The Minimum Economic Recovery Standards articulate the minimum level of technical and other assistance to be provided in promoting the recovery of economies and livelihoods affected by crisis.

2010