Comparison of the effects of conditional food and cash transfers of the Ethiopian Productive Safety Net Program on household food security and dietary diversity in the face of rising food prices: ways forward for a more nutrition-sensitive program.

@article{Baye2014ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of the effects of conditional food and cash transfers of the Ethiopian Productive Safety Net Program on household food security and dietary diversity in the face of rising food prices: ways forward for a more nutrition-sensitive program.},
  author={Kaleab Baye and Negussie Retta and Cherinet Abuye},
  journal={Food and nutrition bulletin},
  year={2014},
  volume={35 3},
  pages={289-95}
}
BACKGROUND In light of the continuing rise in food prices during and after the 2008 world food crisis, whether food and cash transfers are equally effective in improving food security and diet quality is debatable. OBJECTIVE To compare the effects of conditional food and cash transfers of the Ethiopian Productive Safety Net Program (PSNP) on household food security and dietary diversity. METHODS Data on household dietary diversity, child anthropometry, food security, and preference of… CONTINUE READING