Case study on the Effectiveness of HSNP Cash Transfers in the Current Prolonged Drought

    In partnership with the Government of Kenya and other organizations, CARE uses the Hunger Safety Net Program to support the establishment of government-led national social protection systems delivering long-term guaranteed cash transfers to extremely poor and vulnerable people. HSNP aims at reducing poverty in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL) districts of Kenya and addresses chronic poverty, hunger and vulnerability in targetted households by providing cash transfers to beneficiaries in order to improve access to food, protect assets and reduce the impact of shocks. It targets 7,000 households in the Greater Marsabit District.

     

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