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المساعدات النقدية متعددة الأغراض

تقدم المساعدات النقدية متعددة الأغراض للمتضررين من الأزمات المرونة والكرامة في اختيار كيفية تغطية احتياجاتهم. لكن يجب على العاملين في المجال الإنساني إيجاد طرق جديدة للعمل معًا لضمان دمجها بشكل فعال في النظام الإنساني.

Multipurpose Cash (MPC) are unrestricted cash transfers that people affected by crises can use to cover their basic needs. By its nature, MPC is the assistance modality which offers people a maximum degree of choice, flexibility and dignity. There is also growing evidence that it is more cost-efficient and cost-effective to meet multiple needs.

But this requires new ways of collaborating between humanitarian actors, at all stages of the program cycle, and across sectors. While solid tools exist to support collaboration, they have not been widely adopted and MPC is still used in an ad-hoc way. Challenges remain to be addressed if we are to successfully fit MPC into the humanitarian system.

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Banking on solutions: A real-time evaluation of UNHCR’s shelter grant programme for returning displaced people in northern Sri Lanka

Report

Approximately 300,000 people who were displaced in the final phase of fighting between the army and the LTTE, a 26-year conflict that came to a definitive end on 20 May 2009, with victory for the SLA. Initially transferred to the area of Menik Farm and other closed camps in northern Sri Lanka, where they...

2011

Humanitarian Emergency Response Review

Report

This independent review into how the UK (through DFID) responds to humanitarian emergencies, considers how the UK should best respond to overseas emergencies and the role the UK should play in the international humanitarian system. It looks at the potential future humanitarian challenges and the...

2011

Consortium Cash Transfers in Somalia

Report

The case study looks at a consortium cash transfer programme in Somalia in response to the humanitarian crisis of 2006. Details of the context, response analysis and rationale for choosing cash for work and direct cash relief interventions are given along with the programme summary. Perceived impacts and...

2011

Cash Transfers in Emergencies Good Practice Review: Presentation

Presentation

Powerpoint presentation on the then-forthcoming Good Practice Review on cash transfer programming in emergencies.

2011

Evaluation of OGB and HR Cash Consortium in Southern Somalia

Report

In response to the humanitarian emergency of 2006 in southern Somalia, a consortium of five agencies – Oxfam GB, Horn Relief, AFREC, WASDA and Development Concern – implemented the Emergency Drought Response Action (EDRA) programme. This was a cash-based intervention using an innovative approach with...

2011

Richer but Resented: What do cash transfers do to social relations and does it matter?

Report

This paper looks at how social protection cash transfers are evaluated primarily in terms of poverty reduction or human capital, with their impact on social relations being under-examined. The authors examine case studies from Kenya, Malawi and Zimbabwe, and argue that the impact of cash transfers on...

2011

Rapport de l’évaluation finale de cash Transfert dans les Départements de Tessaoua et Aguié 2010

Rapport

Ceci est le rapport final d’un programme de “cash for training” (argent contre formation) qui a eu lieu en 2010 dans les départements de Tessaoua et Aguié au Niger. Le rapport résume les activités realisés, les objectifs, les résultats attendus et la méthodologie du programme, et...

2011