Value for Money of Cash Transfers in Emergency Contexts

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Client: UK Department for International Development (DFID)
Year: 2014
Countries: Ethiopia, Philippines, Lebanon

DFID commissioned this study to examine the value for money of different transfer modalities in humanitarian emergencies, specifically comparing cash, vouchers and in-kind humanitarian assistance. The study fed into the high level expert panel on cash, and is supported by three country case studies, Ethiopia, the Philippines, and Lebanon.