Hunger Safety Net Programme implements a scaled up, integrated, effective government-led and financed safety net programme to support some of the most vulnerable and poor households in Northern Kenya.
Delivery of cash in HSNP2 is through fully operational bank account accessible with an ATM card or over the counter of a local bank.
Using agreed upon selection criteria, data provided is used to generate the list of beneficiaries reflecting the household socio-economic status.
We develop mechanisms to manage grievances from both beneficiaries and non-beneficiaries in their communities.
Other than normal cash transfers, one of the major objective of HSNP is to rapidly scale-up to additional vulnerable households in times of crisis.
The revised HSNP2 communications strategy deals with disseminating the information necessary for implementing the programme at community level
We carry out independent evaluation to provide evidence on programme performance and impact for use by all programme stakeholders.
Safety net of cash transfer payments helps persuade families that investing in girls makes good economic sense
Wednesday, 5 April 2017 23:05 GMT
The transition to keeping girls in school has not...
Today, HSNP delivered Kshs. 214million to 79,313 Group 2 households across the four Counties of Wajir, Mandera, Marsabit and Turkana. The emergency payments were triggered by the vegetation cover index...
Nakidor Nangiro is lives in Loima, Turkana County. She is registered as beneficiary of HSNP under Group 2 category. Group 2 receive cash transfers only when there are triggers of...
View different sets of data including KPI's, Household status and amounts transferred.
Expected Results & Impact
Chiefs & Assistant Chiefs
Registration & Targeting
Payment of cash
Measurement & Evaluation
Data Request Form
Case Management Form
Hunger Safety Net Programme,
National Drought Management Authority,
17th Flr, Lonhro House, Standard St.
Tel: 254 (20) 2227496 / 2227166
P.O BOX 53547-00200 | Nairobi | Kenya