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New case study: Planning for government adoption of a social protection programme in an insecure environment: the Child Grant Development Programme in northern Nigeria

Our new case study shows how Cash transfer programming is increasingly used in West Africa in response to food and nutritional crisis. Beyond emergency situations, cash transfer mechanisms are key mechanisms for national social protection strategies and policies.

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