Evaluation of the UNICEF Social Cash Transfer Pilot Programme in SNNPR, Ethiopia. Midline Report Final

Roelen, K., Devereux, S., and Kebede, D.
Midline Report
Publisher Institute of Development Studies, Centre for Social Protection and REBRET Business and Consultancy PLC
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This report presents midline findings for the Integrated Nutrition Social Cash Transfer (IN-SCT) pilot project in SNNPR in Ethiopia. The project falls under the umbrella of Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Programme, phase 4 (PSNP4) that was launched in 2015 and aims to test an integrated package of linkages to services and multisectoral nutrition services in a bid to improve nutritional and other outcomes.

This qualitative study is part of the project’s mixed methods impact evaluation, presenting a process-oriented investigation and focusing on issues of efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability mid-way through project implementation. The study was undertaken in Girme kebele in Halaba Special woreda and included interviews with programme staff, group discussions and case studies with PSNP clients and non-clients.

This is the front cover of the Midline Report entitled 'Evaluation of the UNICEF Social Cash Transfer Pilot Programme in SNNPR, Ethiopia'
Published Date
01-Jul-17
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