Weather Shocks, Unconditional Cash Transfers and Household Food Outcomes
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Ghulam Mustafa: Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
No 2022:8, PIDE-Working Papers from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
Weather shocks have become a colossal threat to Pakistan due to its limited financial and technical ability to mitigate and adapt to extreme weather events. These threats are expected to be increasingly scaled up in the coming years. Food insecurity is one of the most significant aspects of household wellbeing, directly affected by climatic variability. The ultra-poor segment of households is highly susceptible to increasing weather shocks. In such a scenario, the role of the Benazir Income Support Program (BISP) cash transfer scheme is inevitably essential.
Keywords: Weather Shocks; Cash Transfers; Household Food (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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