Assessing the effectiveness of home based care kits

This case study evaluates the use of home based case kits as a part of CARE's Social Protection projects, aimed at increasing the capacity of institutions and the most vulnerable in society to better manage risk associated with food insecurity, destitution and HIV and AIDS.

  • Countries: South Africa, Zambia
  • Published: January 2009

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