Building Resilience through Social Transfer for Nutrition Security in The Gambia

The BReST Project aims to ensure that lactating mothers receive D600 monthly payments to mitigate food insecurity and malnutrition in The Gambia. Over a period of two years, about 5,500 lactating mothers in the North Bank, Central River, and Upper River Regions of The Gambia, will benefit from the BReST Project, receiving monthly cash transfers and comprehensive nutrition education in 10 health facilities across the country.

Objectif global

To improve nutritional status and care practices for women with children under two years by providing cash transfer and resilience building

To improve implementation of related government policies through capacity building

Objectifs spécifiques

To provide monthly cash transfers to improve monthly nutrition status of children

To improve mother’s knowledge and skills in maternal, infant and young child feeding

To provide children with vitamin and deworming tablets

To enhance government capacity in cash transfer programs

Résultats attendus

Number of vulnerable households supported with cash transfer


3 000 000


  • Nutrition


  • Enfants de moins de 5 ans
  • Femmes
  • Femmes allaitantes et enceintes

Piliers AGIR

  • Pilier 2 : Renforcer la nutrition des ménages vulnérables