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Cash Transfers as an Emergency Response to Nepal's Earthquake of 2015 and a Catalyst for Consolidating Nepal's Social Protection Floor

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  title={Cash Transfers as an Emergency Response to Nepal's Earthquake of 2015 and a Catalyst for Consolidating Nepal's Social Protection Floor},
  author={Amjad Rabi and Gabriele Koehler and G{\'a}sp{\'a}r Fajth and Abdul Alim and Thakur Dhakal and Antony Spalton},
  year={2015}
}

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