Vulnerability and targeting – Cash in Türkiye
Identifying the various vulnerabilities within a population that requires assistance is key to proper targeting and ensuring the right people are reached with our assistance. In this section, we highlight approaches, lessons and successes in vulnerability assessments, targeting approaches and vulnerability monitoring.
1 October 2021
ESSN Post Distribution Monitoring 11
Type:post distribution monitoring
Organization:IFRC, Turkish Red Crescent (Türk Kızılay)
The study showed that non-recipient households were better in terms of having higher income and lower in LSCI and RCSI scores than PDM 10 compared with ESSN recipient households, who relied on coping strategies more than before. The Food Consumption Score also deteriorated more for ESSN recipients more than non-recipients, even though the level of expenditure on food was higher.
19 June 2021
Intersectoral Vulnerability Study: the Vulnerability Conditions of Refugees in Turkey
Organization:IFRC, Turkish Red Crescent
The Intersectoral Vulnerability Study assesses the severity of humanitarian conditions of the refugee population in Turkey, building on a tailored analytical framework, a representative sample at regional and group level and the latest methodological developments in intersectoral analysis. Below you can also find the summary report which includes infographics.
21 July 2019
Vulnerability and protection of refugees in Turkey
Organization:Turkish Red Crescent (Türk Kızılay), WFP, World Bank
This report provides a comprehensive view of the vulnerability situation of refugees eligible for ESSN and an assessment of how well ESSN targets, supports, and protects the most vulnerable refugees. The timing of the analysis takes place after programme eligibility is determined but before transfers are disbursed. Future work will focus on the impact of transfers.
21 August 2018
Emergency Social Safety Net (ESSN) Programme Vulnerability Profiling 2018
Organization:ECHO, Turkish Red Crescent (Türk Kızılay), WFP
The primary objective of this analysis is to inform the technical design of the ESSN programme in 2019 and beyond, and to support evidence-based decision making for the selection of eligible households. The analysis builds upon a large amount of data collected through the ESSN and aims to answer core vulnerability questions, to provide evidence to refine the targeting criteria used, and to estimate how many refugee households have the potential to ‘graduate’ into livelihoods programming.
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