Keyword: Cash based programming

For more related articles, please see the category Livelihoods programming.

Cash supported income generation activities in Southern Sudan

Many ACF Food Security and Livelihood team members have contributed to the overall success of the IGA project and its implementation.

Issue 41, August 2011 (page 53)

Cash-based responses in emergencies

Summary of published research.

Issue 31, September 2007 (page 9)

Cash-for-work in urban setting in Guinea

Accion Contra el Hambre (ACF-E) is implementing a project to support low-income populations in urban areas of Guinea, funded by the European Union.

Issue 41, August 2011 (page 27)

Effects of a conditional cash transfer programme on child nutrition in Brazil

Summary of published research.

Issue 42, January 2012 (page 16)

Food, goats and cash for assets programmes during emergency drought response inKenya

The vast majority of humanitarian aid worldwide (90%) is provided as in-kind transfers such as food, livestock, seeds, and shelter rather than in the form of cash.1 However, it is being widely observed that there is an ongoing trend, exhibited by humanitarian organisations and governments alike, moving towards less traditional modes of relief intervention, especially cash transfers.

Issue 44, December 2012 (page 39)

Gender impact analysis of unconditional cash transfers in south central Somalia

Summary of published research.

Issue 45, May 2013 (page 19)

New Guide on Cash-Transfer Programming in Emergencies

In a food crisis, distributing cash in a targeted manner can often meet people’s immediate needs more quickly and appropriately than providing food aid or other commodities. Cash gives people choice and preserves their dignity.

Issue 26, November 2005 (page 19)

WTO Negotiations on Improving Food Aid

This article details current negotiations in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) on improving the effectiveness and efficiency of food aid, based on research undertaken by Oxfam GB.

Issue 26, November 2005 (page 22)