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New Technologies in Cash Transfer Programming and Humanitarian Assistance
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...
Comparative Study of Emergency Cash Coordination Mechanisms
Based principally on three cases studies (Pakistan, Haiti, and the Horn of Africa), the objective of this comparative study is to draw on lessons learnt for better coordination of cash transfer programmes (CTP) in future emergencies. This study has been commissioned by the CALP Network and conducted by...
Cash Emergency Preparedness (CEP) Pilots: CEP guidelines and key findings from pilot assessments
Guidelines and Tools
This document presents Save the Children’s guidelines for Cash Emergency Preparedness (CEP) assessments, and Save the Children’s experience of conducting 4 pilot CEP assessments during the course of 2011. It also addresses the benefits of coordination between agencies for enhanced preparedness, and...
What Cash Transfer Programming can do to Protect Children from Violence, Abuse and Exploitation – Review and recommendations
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 harm, exploitation, abuse and violence. The objective of this paper is to identify ways in which cash transfer...
Emergency Food Security and Livelihoods (EFSL) 48-hour Assessment Tool
Guidelines and Tools
The purpose of the 48-hour assessment tool is to obtain a quick understanding of the emergency food security and livelihood (EFSL) situation within the first few days after a rapid-onset disaster. Initially developed by Oxfam, this tool aims to support response teams to meet requirements in emergencies in...
Impact Evaluation of Cash, Food Vouchers, and Food Transfers among Colombian Refugees and Poor Ecuadorians in Carchi and Sucumbíos
This report is the final impact evaluation of the World Food Programme’s Food, Cash, and Voucher intervention and contains analysis on outcomes including food security, social capital, anemia, and gender issues. Due to the targeting of Colombian refuges and poor Ecuadorians in Northern Ecuador, it also...
Partenariat pour la résilience face aux crises alimentaires au Sahel
Des représentants de haut niveau des pays du Sahel, des organisations régionales, des agences multilatérales d’aide humanitaire et de développement, des organisations non gouvernementales, des pays donateurs et du Parlement Européen se sont rencontrés à Bruxelles le 18 juin 2012 à...
Market analysis in emergencies
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...
New Technologies in Cash Transfer Programming and Humanitarian Assistance – Executive Summary
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.
Cash, Food or Vouchers? An Application of the Market Information and Food Insecurity Response Analysis Framework in Urban and Rural Kenya
This paper uses the Market Information and Food Insecurity Response Analysis Framework to analyze data on food market intermediation and on consumer behavior and preferences in order to clarify whether market-based cash and voucher programs are likely to prove effective for addressing food insecurity...