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El Salvador, Cash-Based Transfers and Gender: Impact Evaluation

https://docs.wfp.org/api/documents/WFP-0000135367/download/?_ga=2.201939473.1057237359.1649063783-1757917395.1647961238
The El Salvador impact evaluation aims to understand the impacts of food-assistance for assets (FFA) programming targeting women on both income and asset loss, while also aiming to understand the longer-term implications of the response on gender equality and women’s social and economic empowerment

Main direct outcomes of the intervention are increasing women’s earnings and supporting her to alter time-use. The theory of change conjects that these then (in the medium term) impact perceptions of gender norms, attitudes, agency, consumption patterns, and well-being (physical, social, and psychological).