The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health (JHSPH) and the Center for Humanitarian Health, in partnership with has planned a research project to evaluate the effectiveness of cash transfers in increasing health-seeking behavior and improving disease control among vulnerable Syrian refugees with type II diabetes. In the absence of a well-designed research that assesses the effectiveness of cash transfers on health in humanitarian settings, this study will provide vital evidence of the effects of conditional cash transfers (CCTs) on health-seeking behavior and service utilization to inform cash transfer program design for the health sector in both current and future humanitarian responses.
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