Cost-Benefit Analysis of Cash Transfer Programmes and Post-Trauma Services for Economic Empowerment of Women in Uganda

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Cost-Benefit Analysis of Cash Transfer Programmes and Post-Trauma Services for Economic Empowerment of Women in Uganda

Cost-Benefit Analysis of Cash Transfer Programmes and Post-Trauma Services for Economic Empowerment of Women in Uganda

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In 2015 Isis WICCE partnered with Tilburg University, Mbarara University and Makerere University to conduct research with the aim of identifying the impact of social protection schemes, such as cash transfers on economic resilience in order to influence policy. The research is focused on populations with high levels of income fragility and trauma, seeking to understand the impact of trauma on their use of cash transfers. Women are a specific focus of this study due to their particular economic and mental health vulnerabilities. This study targeted districts affected by the 20-year war between the Lords Resistance Army and the Ugandan government in Northern Uganda including Kitgum, Lira, Soroti and Katakwi.

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