Transforming Cash Transfers is a one-year, DFID-funded study investigating beneficiary and community perspectives on cash transfer programmes in five countries - Kenya, Mozambique, the Occupied Palestinian Territories (both Gaza and West Bank), Uganda and Yemen.
This is a unique and exciting project that employs participatory and qualitative approaches, including participatory photography, to amplify marginalised voices that otherwise might not be heard.
Information and resources tailored for multiple audiences can all be found on this dedicated project website.
Transforming Cash Transfers Symposium
Transforming Cash Transfers is hosting a symposium on the 16th and 17th October 2013. This private event is an opportunity for experts in the field to discuss the contribution of cash transfers to wellbeing and social justice.
During this two-day event experts will:
- Consider the theoretical and practical policy and programming issues raised by involving extremely poor and vulnerable groups in efforts to promote greater voice and participation in design and implementation.
- Discuss the findings of key research on citizen perspectives and social accountability in social protection programming.
- Debate the strengths, weaknesses and complementarities of different methodological approaches for informing policy and programming design, implementation, M&E.