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This brief reviews the persons with severe disability cash transfer programme in Kenya implemented by the Ministry of Labour, Social Security and Service. The study, on which this brief is based, was commissioned by the Social Protection Actors Forum (SPAF) and implemented with technical support from Concern.
The purpose of the study was to work with SPAF to raise the level of budget literacy among civil society, and bring in more stakeholders into the policy debate, thus enhancing the quality of the national budget with respect to social protection, with a specific focus on the PWSD cash transfer.This brief provides an overview of the study and presents recommendations based on the findings.
Guiding social protection benefits|PDF(1 MB)