From June to October 2006, Oxfam GB implemented a Cash For Work project in 48 villages in the communes of Bermo and Gadabeji, Dakoro department, Niger. The project supported 2,000 vulnerable households to improve their access to food during the lean season. In compensation of community activities realised in their village, beneficiary households received a regular provision of cash. This final rapid evaluation presents key findings and is not an exhaustive review. It aims to provide Oxfam GB with good quality information regarding the project implementation process and its impacts.