Cost-Efficiency and Cost-Effectiveness Study of UNICEF “Cash Plus” Interventions in Lebanon and the Democratic Republic of Congo

The combination of basic services delivery and cash transfers is known among humanitarian practitioner as “cash plus”. This approach represents a solid comparative advantage for UNICEF considering its footprint in basic services delivery as well as its commitment to scale up humanitarian cash transfers. Following UNICEF’s efforts to achieving better results for children in a more efficient and effective way, this study presents the results of two analysis as part of the organization’s steps towards expanding the evidence base on humanitarian cash transfer.