Resourcing Families for Better Nutrition Projects in Humanitarian Settings - A Case Study from Yemen

Sinibaldi, P.
Publication language
Date published
01 Oct 2022
Case study
Cash-based transfers (CBT), Food and nutrition
Use in Humanitarian Programme Cycle
In programme design, implementation, and Monitoring & Evaluation

This case study is one of a series of three. They were produced by Save the Children UK within the cross-country learning initiative on ’Resourcing Families for Better Nutrition (RF4BN) in humanitarian settings’, implemented in 2021 and 2022 in Afghanistan, South Sudan and Yemen.

Focused on the RF4BN programme Yemen, this case study explores the appropriateness and effectiveness of several aspects related to its design, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation.

  • Impact: Nutrition outcomes among CU2, CU5 and PBW.
  • Cash Component: Appropriateness of its design and contribution to nutrition outcomes.
  • SBCC Component: Appropriateness of its design, effect on the use of cash, effects on communities.
  • Sectoral Integration: Coordination and integration across different teams and use of referral systems.
  • Timeline: Timely delivery of the assistance and suitability of its duration.
  • Targeting: Consideration of targeting and selection process.
  • Gender: Women’s engagement, intrahousehold power dynamics and project effects on women.
  • MEAL: Timely use of data, appropriateness of project indicators, effectiveness of MEAL system.