The Transfer Project is grateful to all donors who generously contribute and allow us to carry out our research on the impacts of cash transfers. We receive country-specific funds via partner organisations (see country pages for details). Below, we highlight the work that was made possible through the contributions of some of our major donors given directly through consortium partners.
DFID provides funding to UNICEF Innocenti to support research on cash transfers & safe transitions to adulthood. For more, see our work on Cash Plus & Zambia’s Multiple Categorical Targeting Grant. DFID has also funded FAO’s analysis on productive impacts as part of the Protection to Production project.
Hewlett Foundation provides funding to UNC to improve evidence-based decision-making in sub-Saharan Africa, including capacity building, collaborating with African Fellows through the AERC, & dissemination of research.
The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency provides funding to UNICEF Innocenti to enable research on cash transfer programmes in sub-Saharan Africa, as well as cross-country learning and regional capacity building, including our collaboration with African Fellows through the AERC.