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New CaLP Publication : "Cash transfer programming in the Asals of Kenya"

During 2015 CaLP worked in Kenya implementing a project to improve coordination and preparedness for cash transfer programming responses in the ASAL counties. This project, rolled out in Mandera, Marsabit, Turkana and Wajir, aimed to improve the capacity and quality of the humanitarian cash transfer programs in the country.

CaLP commissioned a study to document the impact and lessons learned from its engagement with state actors in those counties. The study involved collection of data through secondary and primary sources. Given the focus of the project, a qualitative approach was deemed as most appropriate in capturing the changes in attitudes and practice in such a short period of time.

The study can be accessed here.


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