‘Cash Plus’ Malnutrition Program Shows Soft Conditionality Positively Impacts Diet, Nutrition Indicators In Conflict Situation, Evaluation Shows

Devex: Impromptu study reveals impact of cash transfers in conflict setting
“An impact evaluation of a ‘cash plus’ malnutrition program in Yemen found that soft conditionality used in a conflict situation has had significant positive impacts on diet and nutrition indicators — results that were obtained by chance. Previous data that measured results of such interventions during conflict was scarce, due to the ethical hesitations of conducting a randomized controlled trial during a crisis situation…” (Welsh, 5/1).

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