Evidence on Social Protection in Contexts of Fragility and Forced Displacement
Jacobus de Hoop,
Jose Cuesta (),
Alexandra Yuster and
Office of Research - Innocenti Unicef
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Rigorous research in humanitarian settings is possible when researchers and programmers work together, particularly in the early stages when responses to humanitarian challenges are designed. Six new rigorous research studies from five countries: Ecuador, Mali, Niger, Lebanon and Yemen illustrate this point.
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