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CaLP provides capacity building, technical and coordination support to strengthen the community of practice in North America, Latin America and the Caribbean. The CaLP Americas office is located in Washington, DC and has a presence in Panama City, Panama.

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Beneficiary perceptions of corruption in humanitarian assistance: a Sri Lanka case study

Report

This case study, based on a number of chosen villages in Sri Lanka, examines the views of beneficiaries on corruption in the delivery of humanitarian assistance. It begins by outlining some of the corruption risks that agencies may face during emergency responses, particularly in conflict-affected...

2011

Cash Grants in Upper Sindh Flood Response 2010

Report

This case study and paper summarises Oxfam’s experience with unconditional cash grants to 20,000 households in response to the flooding in Upper Sindh, Pakistan in 2010. It retrospectively documents the Oxfam project, emphasising issues relevant to a wide practitioner audience interested in experience...

2011

IFRC and the evolution of CTP

Presentation

An IFRC presentation covering the following topics: IFRC and the evolution of CTP Institutional commitment and organisational learning Working in Partnership with CaLP Moving forward

2011

Oxfam Cash Pocket Cards

Report

In emergencies, distributing cash can often meet people’s immediate needs more quickly and appropriately than the direct distribution of commodities. Cash gives people choices and thereby preserves their dignity. These 15 cards contain key elements from the book, which draws on Oxfam’s experience to...

2011

Learning from cash responses to the tsunami: Issue Paper 3: Setting the Value

Report

This is the third of six issue papers which form part of a project to document learning around cash based responses to the Indian Ocean tsunami. The project was funded by the British Red Cross, Save the Children UK, Oxfam GB, Mercy Corps and Concern Worldwide. A key question in the design of cash transfer...

2011

Planning and implementing cash transfers in emergencies: Practical insights from Pakistan

Report

Access The Report Here The use of cash transfers and vouchers, or together ‘cash-based responses’, has grown remarkably in recent years. Cash transfers provide beneficiaries with money, while vouchers ensure access to food for a predefined quantity or value in identified outlets. While there is a...

2011

Impacts of the Social Cash Transfer Pilot Programme (sctpp) on the local economy in Ethiopia

Report

The Social Cash Transfer Pilot Programme (SCTPP) was launched by the Tigray Bureau of Labour and Social Affairs (BOLSA) with support from the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in the Tigray region of Ethiopia in 2011. The goal of the SCTPP is to improve the quality of life for orphans and...

2011

Public Health Agencies and Cash Transfer Programmes: Making the case for greater involvement

Policy paper

This report examines the case for greater involvement by public health agencies in cash transfer schemes, a form of welfare assistance. It seeks to identify opportunities, obstacles and actions that might support greater involvement. The issue arises because cash transfer schemes are an increasingly...

2011

Communicating Cash: A field guide to beneficiary communications in cash transfer programming

Guidelines and Tools

Communicating with beneficiaries and their communities can be critical to the success of a cash transfer or voucher programme.  Communications also play a key role in guaranteeing transparency and accountability. This field guide covers the basic elements of a communications strategy to support a cash or...

2011

Zimbabwe Emergency Cash Transfer (ZECT) Pilot Programme Monitoring Consolidated Report, November 2009 to March 2010

Report

Concern Worldwide Zimbabwe together with WFP implemented the Zimbabwe Emergency Cash Transfer (ZECT) Pilot Programme in three districts of Zimbabwe as part of the Vulnerable Feeding Group intervention for the food shortages of 2009/2010. In spite of its limited duration (5 months) the ZECT was highly...

2011