مساعدات النقد والقسائم وفيروس كورونا المستجدّ: تكييف آليّات التسليم
بينما يقوم العاملون الميدانيون بتكييف برامجهم مع فيروس كورونا المستجد، يقوم الزملاء عبر المنظمات ذات...
كوفيد-19 والتحويلات النقدية في الشرق الأوسط وشمال أفريقيا: ما الممكن؟
تقع بعض أكثر الأزمات الإنسانية تعقيدًا وطولًا في العالم في منطقة الشرق الأوسط وشمال إفريقيا. كانت هذه...
الحماية الاجتماعيّة والمساعدات الإنسانيّة النقديّة
لم يسبق أن كانت قضيّة الحماية الاجتماعيّة لمساعدة الناس على مواجهة الصدمات أوضح ممّا هي عليه خلال أزمة...
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Cash and Voucher Assistance in 2021: 6 reflections on progress and pitfalls
CALP’s director Karen Peachey reflects on the state of cash and voucher assistance (CVA) in 2021. Where has there been progress and where is there still a way to go?
Collecting and using data – coffee shop lessons!
No finger print ID – no coffee! How much data would you volunteer in exchange for a cuppa? And what if the stakes were higher, and your ID was needed in exchange for some much needed humanitarian assistance? After jumping through hoops to get her daily brew, the CALP Network’s director shares a few...
Pathways from CVA to long term financial inclusion: A framework for success
CVA programs can provide a springboard to financial inclusion. But spotting the right opportunity, and good programme design, are key. GSMA and Mercy Corps share a simple tool to understand which contexts offer the best pathways from CVA to financial inclusion.
Turning the page on traditional learning: Why the CALP Network’s new online course is so exciting
The CALP Network is entering a new era of inclusive online learning, and there are lots of reasons to get excited about it.
Mapping Financial Service Providers for CVA: Read this before you start!
Sharing the secrets to a successful FSP mapping exercise in Yemen.
Moving the dial on participation via CVA
In search of ideas to improve participation? Here are four positive approaches drawn from a variety of Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) programmes.
Being on the receiving end: Why vouchers lack dignity and are bad value
Innocent Tshilombo, who spent 10 years at Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya, describes how attaching conditions to cash and voucher assistance can seriously impact its effectiveness.
Getting CVA right in the Humanitarian Response Plan: Blind Spots and Considerations
How can you ensure that Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) is adequately and coherently integrated into humanitarian response plans (HRP)? Recent changes to the Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC) certainly provide more opportunities to do this. Read on for some great ideas and practical steps for covering...
Screening recipients of humanitarian cash and voucher assistance: necessary precaution or wasted resources?
Is screening the recipients of humanitarian cash and voucher assistance an effective way to mitigate against the perceived diversion risk that cash represents? If yes, how? If not, why are conversations growing on the topic? In a recent report for Oxfam and Bond, Nina Newhouse & colleagues from the London...
Market-based programming: Challenges and Recommendations from across CALP’s network
When it comes to market-based programming what's the best approach? CALP's members have some great ideas including widening the scope of market monitoring, and making longer term market forecasts.