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REFANI: Research on Cash and Voucher Transfers in Nutritional Emergencies

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Dates: 2014-2017

Principal Investigator: Dr Andrew Seal

Partners: Action Against Hunger  |  Concern Worldwide  |  Emergency Nutrition Network

Location: Niger, Somalia, and Pakistan

Funding: DFID

Contact: a.seal@ucl.ac.uk

Project Summary

The Consortium for Research on Food Assistance for Nutritional Impact (REFANI) is an international, 3-year, £3.2 million research project funded by the Department for International Development (DFID). The REFANI project is examining the nutritional impact and cost-effectiveness of cash and/or voucher-based food assistance interventions. The aim is to create new evidence to inform decisions on the prevention of acute undernutrition in emergencies.


Research Team

Dr Andrew Seal

Carlos Grijalva-Eternod

Victoria Sibson

Mohamed Jelle

Dr Jolene Skordis-Worrall

Dr Hassan Haghparast-Bidgoli

Dr Joanna Morrison

Resources

REFANI consortium web site
Publications

REFANI-Niger Protocol Paper

Theme

Population Health & Health Systems

   

Further research