Value-for-Money in Humanitarian Aid for Kenya and Somalia

Abstract

The report gathers evidence from empirical studies in six sectors: nutrition, health, water sanitation and hygiene (WASH), food assistance (including the use of cash and vouchers), refugees, and shelter and Non-Food Items (NFIs). The broad humanitarian context for each of these sectors is summarized in the body of the report, along with some of the key benchmarks obtained from previous comparable cases, or other sources. The Library of Results in Annex 1 contains a detailed description of the sources used.

Citation

Winpenny, J.; Bush, A.; Mountford, L. Value-for-Money in Humanitarian Aid for Kenya and Somalia. (2011) 80 pp.

Value-for-Money in Humanitarian Aid for Kenya and Somalia

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