In Far Western Nepal, Mercy Corps Nepal and the World Food Programme (WFP) are collaborating on a two-year project. The project aims to implement Cash for Work (CFW) safety nets for vulnerable households (HHs) and enhance agricultural productivity and nutritional awareness. It is a case study on the impact of Cash on work. The project aims to provide daily wage cash transfers to food-insecure households, ensuring they have access to essential resources. Additionally, the initiative aims to enhance agricultural productivity and household food security by constructing or rehabilitating community infrastructures. The focus is on improving agriculture in the designated project VDCs (Village Development Committees). Moreover, the project strives to raise nutrition awareness among households in the targeted VDCs, promoting better nutrition practices and knowledge.