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.