Learning from present, acting towards future: more effective, responsive and accountable
This consolidated document presents the lessons learned by ActionAid Bangladesh from its response and early recovery work as part of the Water Logging project with the communities of Satkhira district, Bangladesh, from 2011 to 2012. The project is intended to ensure that targeted communities have access to adequate and appropriate food to uphold their survival and prevent erosion of assets in a manner that fosters early livelihoods recovery, reduces vulnerability and uphold dignity. The document reports on the use of cash transfer as a major intervention for the first time in Bangladesh and tries to capture the challenges and advantages of cash transfer program in humanitarian crisis.
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