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2018 - Palestine - Independent Survey

Author: Palestine CO
A new independent survey was commissioned by WFP to the consulting firm Alsah-L in December 2018 with a view to provide statistical evidence and measure the socio- economic benefits of WFP’s cash-based transfers interventions in Palestine. Using WFP electronic -vouchers was found to be more effective than in-kind assistance in improving people’s food security status, and trigger positive effects on sales, job creation and investment in the agro-industrial sector. Shop-owners, dairy producers, small-scale food production associations and cow farmers have been benefiting from additional market outlets and investing in their resilience with the support of WFP. The infographic summarizes the main findings of the study.