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Cash and Voucher in Relief and Recovery: Red Cross Red Crescent good practices
A two-page brief giving some examples of the Red Cross / Red Crescent movement’s experience using cash grants, vouchers, and cash-for-work in emergency response.
DG ECHO perspectives on Cash Transfer Programming
A presentation accompanying the CALP Network global learning event, Bangkok 16th February 2011, covering the following topics: DG ECHO position on the use of Cash &Vouchers (C&V) Trends in funding C&V projects Using C&V at scale: the case of Haiti Capacity building priorities
Sharing What Works – Working with payment service providers
A handy tool on choosing payment service providers for delivering cash transfers. Developed by WFP Zambia. Mobile money and m-banking are now providing unprecedented opportunities to enhance programming within the WFP through cash and vouchers delivery mechanisms. Often in this context providers are...
Evaluation and Review of the Use of Cash and Vouchers in Humanitarian Crises
This report is the second of two reports commissioned by DG ECHO to support the development of a coherent policy regarding the use of cash and vouchers in humanitarian crises. The first report evaluated DG ECHO’s partners’ use of cash and vouchers. This second report reviews cash and voucher...
Cash-for-work in urban setting: a Guinean experience
Action Against Hunger-Spain (ACF-E) is implementing a project to support low-income populations in urban areas of Guinea. This case study focuses on the organization of cash-for-work with a focus on sanitation and more specifically solid waste collection. The project specific objective is to reduce...
Cash Transfers, Social Protection and Poverty Reduction
Cash transfers form an important and growing part of social protection programming in many developing countries. This article evaluates the use of different types of cash transfers in different regional contexts as a tool for reducing poverty and inequality in developing countries. Particular attention is...
Une Note de Synthèse sur la prise en compte de l’accès économique aux vivres et du pouvoir d’achat dans la compréhension de la sécurité alimentaire au Niger
Les pauvres du Niger rural, qu’ils soient cultivateurs ou pasteurs, sont aujourd’hui fortement dépendants du marché pour leur nourriture et pour d’autres produits de première nécessité, et leur pouvoir d’achat est donc un aspect crucial de leur vulnérabilité aux chocs de la production ou du...
Cash Transfers in Sierra Leone: Appropriate, Affordable and Feasible?
This paper is one of a series of outputs from ODI’s research study (2006–09) “Cash Transfers and their Role in Social Protection”. The study aims to compare cash with other forms of transfers, identifying where cash transfers may be preferable, the preconditions for cash transfers to work well,...
Rebuilding Homes and Livelihoods in Jamaica after Hurricane Dean
This case study of a Red Cross livelihoods recovery programme following Hurricane Dean in Jamaica, looks at the type of assistance offered to beneficiaries through cash vouchers to purchase fishing nets, boat repair materials, seeds, fertilisers or chicks. Support from the French Red Cross is highlighted,...
Dowa Emergency Cash Transfer, Malawi
This case study looks at the innovative Concern Worldwide project which provided monthly cash transfers to beneficiary households using smartcards utilising mobile ATMs to deliver the cash. The report examines the choice of programme delivery mechanism, the targeting of beneficiaries, coordination, cost...