Cash transfer (CT) programs play a vital role in the provision of social protection systems through regular and predictable cash payments to ultra-poor households. Kenya has an established cash transfer program for orphans and vulnerable children. This study had three objectives:
1. To examine influence of government monthly cash transfer on the implementation of OVC program in Isiolo County.
2. To determine how management procedures applied by implementers do affect the implementation of Cash Transfer Program for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Isiolo County.
3. To examine how the role of stakeholders influence the implementation of Cash transfer Program for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Isiolo County.
The findings show that that government monthly CT, management procedure, stakeholders involvement explained a great proportion of the changes on cash transfer program for orphans and vulnerable children in Isiolo County. It can be concluded that though the cash transfer program is a good initiative, the identification of the OVC was not properly done. The study recommended that both the national government and county government should invest heavily in the CT program for the OVC. The government should increase its funds and also invite other stakeholders like CBOs, churches, businessmen and local leaders so as to scale up the CT OVC program.