Mapping child heath in Nigeria: Calling for expanded child sensitive social protection

The potential for cash transfers to improve the livelihoods of children without parental care in Zimbabwe

No excuses: Filling the evidence gap on social assistance in humanitarian settings

Promoting Early Childhood Development Through Combining Cash Transfers and Parenting Programmes

Preserving the family with child social protection in Zimbabwe

There is now growing consensus that gender- and child-sensitive design features can enhance the contribution of cash transfer programmes (CTPs) to gender equality and children’s well-being. Yet there are no universally valid recommendations on how to make CTPs more gender- and child-sensitive. Every programme works within the constraints imposed by its own socio-cultural and institutional context. Nevertheless, this work presents some considerations, drawn from international experience, that should be taken into account for the different operational steps of CTPs.