Cash-based Intervention Post-distribution Monitoring in Tillabery Region of Niger in 2021
Socio-Economic/Monitoring Survey [hh/sems]
Cash-based intervention (CBI) is one of the protection activities conducted by the UNHCR to deliver assistance to refugees, asylum-seekers and returnees. Post-distribution monitoring (PDM) surveys generally follow CBI to assess whether the intended program objectives were met. The current dataset contains 203 observations of PDM survey microdata collected in December 2021 from refugees in 3 sites of the Region of Tillabery in Niger. The data represents a sample of the 1493 households that received a total of 134 Millions in local currency(XOF) from the UNHCR by means of money transfer. The refugees camps of Abala, Ayerou and Ouallam are those concerned by this activity.
Kind of Data
Sample survey data [ssd]
Unit of Analysis
v2.1: Edited, cleaned and anonymised data.
The scope includes:
- Refugees Profile
- Return Intentions
- Motivations for return
- Population Vulnerabilities
All refugees that received cash-based assistance in the camps of Abala, Ayerou and Ouallam in the Tillabery region of Niger in 2021.
Producers and sponsors
Dates of Data Collection
Data Collection Mode
UNHCR (2022). Niger: Cash-based Intervention Post-distribution Monitoring in Tillabery Region of Niger in 2021. Accessed from: https://microdata.unhcr.org