Cash-Based Approaches in Humanitarian Emergencies: A Systematic Review

by Shannon Doocy and Hannah Tappis
International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), April 2016

223 pp. 2.5 MB
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The primary objective of this review was to assess and synthesize existing evidence on the effects of cash-based approaches on individual and household outcomes in humanitarian emergencies. The secondary objective was to assess the efficiency of different cash-based approaches and identify factors that hinder and facilitate programme implementation. The findings suggest that cash-based approaches can be effective means of increasing household food security among conflict-affected populations and maintaining household food security among food insecure and drought-affected populations.

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