Analysis was based on the study of both primary and secondary sources. Primary markets data was collected using traders and key informants questionnaires (including market committees, local government officials and partners with experience in cash interventions). Data collection was conducted by 16 enumerators in each refugee camp from March 10 to March 20 2014. 124 retailers, 36 wholesalers and 6 key informant groups were interviewed in Dadaab; and 173 retailers, 25 wholesalers and 5 key informants groups in Kakuma.
Tags: kenya. assessment, cash, cash-based interventions, credit, displaced persons, economic development, gender, humanitarian, influence, informal economy/sector, livelihoods, market assessment, refugee/migrant, traders, vouchers, women and girls