Ethiopia: CARE USAID-BHA CASH Response PDM Report Liban and Borena JUL 2021[EN]

Date
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Frequency
Other
Key findings
Under this Post Distribution Monitoring (PDM) survey, a total of 340 (172 from Liban and 168 from Borena) beneficiary households were interviewed. The majority,72.9% (55.4% Borena,90.1% Liban) of respondents were female while the rest 27.1% (44.6% Borena, 9.9% Liban) were male.
Leading/Coordinating Organization(s)
CARE International
Participating Organization(s)
United States Agency for International Development
Methodology
Survey Design: the survey design used for this PDM was beneficiary based cross-sectional study and quantitative data collection method was used to collect data from beneficiary households.
Sample size
172HHs
Subject/Objective
The main objective of the integrated response is to improve health and wellbeing of conflict affected population by increasing access to safe water, improving hygiene and sanitation awareness and practices and through gender-sensitive multipurpose cash transfer.
Operations
Ethiopia
Clusters
Water Sanitation Hygiene (Ethiopia)
Ethiopia Cash Working Group (Ethiopia)
Assessment report
Other location
Ethiopia, Dilo and Wachile Woredas in Borena Zone and Karsadula, Liben and Dekasuftu Woredas of Liben Zone, Oromia and Somali Region