Who we are
The CALP Network believes in collective action and transforming the humanitarian system. Together we seek to maximize the potential that humanitarian cash and voucher assistance can bring to...
CALP's 2020-25 strategy proposes five key focus areas and recognises that collective action is critical to achieving the change that is both needed and possible.
CALP members are a vital part of the overall network. They comprise of 90+ organizations, bodies, companies, movements and individuals who collectively deliver the vast majority of CVA worldwide.
The CALP Board provides strategic leadership and operational oversight of CALP. It operates on the basis of the Operational Framework and Code of Conduct. The Board is comprised of between 7...
Technical Advisory Group
The TAG helps shape and steer the CALP Network’s technical and policy priorities within the overall strategic vision for the network. All TAG Representatives are from CALP member organisations or are independent members of CALP.
The majority of CALP's funding comes from institutional donors - we are immensely grateful for their support.
The CALP Network is supported by a staff team and has offices in Jordan, Kenya, Philippines, Senegal, the UK and USA, plus a number of staff working from home in different locations.
The CALP Network’s History
A brief history of the CALP Network starting with its 2005 inception.
The CALP Network Annual Report 2022-23
With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to affect communities around the world, the wider impacts of the ongoing war in Ukraine across the globe, and the challenges of rising global inflation, the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance has grown and, sadly, this trend looks set to continue. At CALP, we have worked to support those delivering cash and voucher assistance (CVA) in...
The CALP Network Annual Report 2021-22
Having ridden the first waves of the Covid-19 pandemic, many of us thought 2021/22 would be better. But, once again, it proved a very challenging year from a humanitarian perspective. Fuelled by the impact of the pandemic, climate change and conflicts in every region of the world, needs continued to grow. In February, the Russian invasion of Ukraine caused mass displacement and triggered...
The CALP Network Annual Report 2020-21
This annual report describes the CALP Network's main activities, challenges and achievements from 2020-2021.
The CALP Network Annual Report 2019-20
As the scale of Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) continues to increase rapidly – progressing from $2 billion in 2015 to $5.6 billion in 2019 – issues related to quality are of growing importance, with and a heightened focus on the preferences of people in crisis. The role of the CALP Network in driving forward quality improvements and learning across the humanitarian system is more...
The CALP Network Annual Report 2018-19
The CALP Network’s annual report for the financial year 2018-19 presents the evolution of the CALP Network as a global network of humanitarian actors, since its creation in 2005. It shines a light on the use, the impact, the quality and the improvement of Cash and Voucher Assistance within the humanitarian sector, illustrated by key CVA interventions over the year. It also relates the CALP...
The CALP Network Annual Report 2017-18
The CALP Network’s Annual Report for the financial year 2017-18 gives an overview of the progress made by the network of 74 organizations towards the priorities laid out in the Global Framework for Action. It provides a roundup of new research and training resources in the world of cash, as well as a summary of the CALP Network’s governance and ways of working.