Case study

Working in fragile states: lessons for policy and practice

Market-driven cash-for-work programmes show promise in Somalia - and beyond?

Published by
Centre for Development Results (CDF)

Collection of short essays aiming to contribute to DFID’s knowledge sharing agenda and raise awareness of the role and impact that companies have in delivering UK aid funded programmes. 

The essays cover a range of topics and geographical areas, in both emergency situations and long-term fragile contexts. They aim to help improve future policy and programme delivery.

One of  the essays is on the Promoting Inclusive Markets in Somalia (PIMS) programme. It's called Market-driven cash-for-work programmes show promise in Somalia - and beyond?