VIDEO: Cash-based programming to address hunger in conflict-affected South Sudan

Wednesday, May 4, 2016
In South Sudan, Protection of Civilian (PoC) sites, where civilians have settled on UN premises to escape violence, present a unique set of circumstances, challenges and opportunities for the effective delivery of food assistance through cash or vouchers.
The successful introduction of vouchers in Juba PoC, as one of World Vision and World Food Programme’s (WFP) modalities for the delivery of food assistance, demonstrates the potential for well-planned cash-based programmes to complement in-kind distributions in these settlements.
This video explains the program through the experiences of a mother, a trader and a World Vision staffer.
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  • Read the full case study, which outlines the challenges of applying cash-based programming in a fragile context and the adaptations which have made it a success.
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