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New Technologies in Cash Transfer Programming and Humanitarian Assistance

Report

This study was commissioned by the the CALP Network in 2011, to review the current use of new technology in humanitarian cash and voucher programming and the broader implications for humanitarian practice. The research was undertaken to explore (i) preconditions for the use of technological...

2012

Cash and Child Protection: How cash transfer programming can protect children from abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence

Guidelines and Tools

This discussion paper examines the links between cash transfers and the positive and negative outcomes for children – in particular, the role cash transfers have played in protecting children from abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence. It aims to identify ways in which cash transfer activities could...

2012

FAO Policy on Cash-Based Transfers

Report

This document articulates FAO’s roles with respect to supporting and implementing CTs linked to agriculture and food security in line with the Organization’s mandate and comparative advantages. It is based on FAO’s experience and expertise in supporting CT programming and details various CT...

2012

Women’s WASH Platforms in Bangladesh and Cambodia

Report

Oxfam’s multi-country portfolio is located in more than 100 remote rural communities in six countries and is funded by AusAID’s Civil Society Organisation WASH Fund. The water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) projects in Bangladesh and Cambodia deliver multiple outcomes including improving water and...

2012

Guidelines: How to use Hawala in Somalia

Guidelines and Tools

Money transfer companies, also known as Hawala, are an increasingly popular partner chosen by humanitarian agencies to distribute cash in Somalia. This brief will explain what Hawala are, how they operate, and provide some brief guidelines on how agencies can partner with them to deliver cash transfers in...

2012

The Impact of Economic Resource Transfers to Women versus Men: A Systematic Review

Report

This systematic review examined the question: “what is the evidence of the impact on family well-being of giving economic resources to women relative to the impact of giving them to men?” This review is of interest to policy-makers and funders in developed and developing countries, given the recent...

2012

New Technologies in Cash Transfer Programming and Humanitarian Assistance – Executive Summary

Report

This is the executive summary of the CALP Network’s research on new technologies in cash transfer programming and humanitarian assistance. For more, please see the full report.

2012

Child Safeguarding in Cash Transfer Programming

Guidelines and Tools

While cash transfers have become a key intervention in emergencies, they also pose increased and additional risks for beneficiaries, compared with other forms of assistance. Children are particularly vulnerable, and even more so in emergencies. The impact of cash transfer programming on children’s...

2012

Standards and Practices Report for Electronic and Mobile Payments

Report

The benefits of new electronic and mobile payment methods in support of USAID objectives to better serve the unbanked have been well-documented in other literature, 2 and that case will not be reiterated in this report. A practical strategy for evaluating an individual program or Mission environment for...

2012

Market analysis in emergencies

Report

This study represents the first phase of a broader research to understand how to strengthen interventions by using market analysis and what is needed to conduct market analysis well. Despite the number of tools available and the amount of innovations in programme design, the humanitarian assistance...

2012