Cash and voucher assistance (CVA) has quickly become one of most widely used modalities of aid in humanitarian crises. In humanitarian contexts, cash assistance has been shown to have significant positive impacts on food security and basic needs for households, helping them to withstand conflict-related economic shocks and market fluctuations, and reducing their reliance on negative coping.
What Works programme - Syria cash study dataset
The quantitative dataset from this study is available upon request. Please contact airbel [at] rescue.org to register your interest. Requests are usually processed within 5 working days.