Phase 1:

  • to reduce poverty, food insecurity and malnutrition, and promote asset retention and accumulation for beneficiary households;
  • to produce wider positive impacts on indicators of wellbeing and wealth (such as resilience to shocks, health and education uptake, and access to financial services).

Read more: HSNP 1 Presentation

Phase 2:

  • Reduce extreme hunger and vulnerability of the poorest households through the regular payment of an unconditional cash transfer;
  • Ensure effective, financially secure and well-targeted use of safety net and cash transfer programmes to support some of the most vulnerable and poor in Kenya;
  • Implement a scaled up, integrated, effective government-led and financed safety net programme.

Read more: HSNP2 Presentation


Contact Us

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