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CaLP does not currently have an office in Asia but is exploring opportunities to re-open an office in the region. In the meantime, drawing on the skills and experience of team members around the world, CaLP continues to deliver some training and learning events.

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Market information and food insecurity response analysis (MIFIRA)

Report

This paper outlines the importance and rationale for agencies to undertake a “response analysis” before choosing an appropriate programme delivery mechanism to a humanitarian situation. The Market Information and Food Insecurity Response Analysis (MIFRA) framework is introduced. This provides a...

2011

WFP’s Current C&V portfolio

Presentation

A presentation aimed at solidifying a common understanding of where WFP is and where it is going. Topics include: Shift from food aid to food assistance From pilots to scale Portfolio trends since 2009 Global C&V by Programme Category

2011

CaLP Newsletter supplement Zimbabwe cards Aug 11

Report

Supplement to the CaLP August 2011 newsletter, focusing on the topic of ‘Reconnecting Zimbabweans to financial services through cash transfers’. Includes sections on: Piloting of smart cards in Zimbabwe Combining cash transfers for basic needs with livelihood support

2011

Somalia CBGWG Terms of Reference

Policy paper

The terms of reference of the Somalia Cash Based Response Working Group.

2011

Delivering Cash Through Traders – A Quick Delivery Guide (screen version)

Guidelines and Tools

A Quick Delivery Guide to delivering money through local traders.  Prepared as a practical tool, this guide provides a brief synthesis of the necessary preconditions and advantages and disadvantages of using cheques.  It also provides practical implementation tips.

2011

Electronic Payment Systems 201

Guidelines and Tools

Disruptive innovation in the payments sector—and indeed the retail financial services industry—does not occur frequently. This is partly due to the dominant position of the incumbent players (primarily banks and payment networks), and partly due to the nature of the sector itself: as they relate to...

2011

Innovations in the Design and Delivery of Social Transfers: Lessons Learned from Malawi

Report

In 2005/6 and 2006/7, Concern Worldwide in Malawi designed and delivered two emergency social transfer programmes that were evaluated as innovative and effective, and have advanced thinking on best practice and what is feasible, both in emergency contexts and in the delivery of predictable (nonemergency)...

2011

Beyond Banks: Cash Transfers 2.0 – Electronic payments technology in humanitarian assistance in Kenya

Report

This article in Monday Developments Magazine (June 2011) looks at how the emergence of new technologies in the financial sector in Kenya – namely remote banking and mobile phone banking – have the potential to enable aid organisations to delivery money to unprecedented numbers of people, with record...

2011

Gaza Urban Voucher Programme (UVP) and Rabbit Raising Intervention

Report

This case study looks at an Oxfam commodity voucher programme which supported households to improve their access to food, as well as a rabbit rearing intervention to help protect the livelihoods of unemployed people in the Gaza. The document looks at the rationale for programme choice, the project...

2011

Making the Most of It: A Regional Multiplier Approach to Estimating the Impact of Cash Transfers on the Market

Report

This study examines the regional multiplier effect resulting from Concern’s emergency cash transfer programme in Dowa district in Malawi, which experienced a food deficit in 2006. It uses a Reduced Social Accounting Matrix to calculate and analyse the impact of the cash transfers on different economic...

2011