The global attention for innovative Social protection interventions continues to progressively gain prominence within developing economies.
The evaluation was jointly commissioned by the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture (MoEAC) and WFP in Namibia upon the completion of a 5-year school feeding roadmap (2012-2017).
The Nutritional Improvements through Cash and Health Education (NICHE) Programme is an integrated social protection programme that aims to improve nutritional outcomes for children
West Pokot County has two predominant livelihood zones characterized by Agricultural and Livestock practices. High poverty headcount ratio, low literacy and formal employment opportunities are common.
The baseline survey focused on establishing community perceptions of voice, representation, negotiation, access to information, influence and empowerment in relation to revenue
In line with Kenya’s Social Protection Investment Plan (SPIP), the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection (MLSP) with support from development partners is developing options for a national Universal Child Benefit (UCB).
NUTRITION IMPROVEMENTS THROUGH CASH AND HEALTH EDUCATION (NICHE)- KILIFI, KITUI, MARSABIT, TURKANA AND WEST POKOT COUNTIES)
The Nutritional Improvements through Cash and Health Education (NICHE) Program was initially set up as a United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)-led initiative funded under European Union (EU) Supporting Horn of Africa Resilience (SHARE),
This baseline study was commissioned with the aim of creating a comprehensive understanding of project context and the UCDW policy landscape in Kenya between April 2017 and 31st March 2020,
Evaluation design and baseline study for promoting durable solutions to displaced populations in Somalia.
This is the report for the baseline study