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Under a sub-contract with Coffey International, RPA have been requested to assist with a cost-benefit analysis of the Harmonised Social Cash Transfer component of the Child Protection Fund, a multi-donor financed programme in Zimbabwe  which was set up to deliver on Government of Zimbabwe policy and action planning (specifically, the National Action Plan for Orphans and Vulnerable Children II) on social service provision (particularly child protection) and social transfers to the poorest and most vulnerable.

This work includes analysing productivity and welfare benefits resulting from the programme, and involves developing wider economic assessments of the value of the transfers themselves and how they have been used by beneficiaries (in terms of consumption vs any productive investments), as well as valuing improvements in a number of education and welfare indicators.

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