This study investigates the Save the Children’s Household Economic and Food Security asset transfer programme
This study investigates the impact of Save the Children’s Household Economic and Food Security (HEFS) asset transfer programme on intra-household relationships and livelihood dynamics of extreme poor households using a gender lens. The key component of the programme is based on an asset transfer of usually one to two key assets. Using mixed-methods, the paper explores how the intervention contributes to building extreme poor’s resilience defined as the “capacity of a household to cope with different household shocks and hazards in their normal day to day life and return to the original situation”.
Rana, S.; Jesmin, S.; Al-Harun, A.; Ahmed, M.; Newton, J.; Maitrayot, M. Building Resilience: A Gender Sensitive Analysis of Shiree Interventions Shiree Working Paper No. 28. Shiree, Dhaka, Bangladesh (2015) 50 pp.