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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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Paying Attention to Detail: How to Transfer Cash in Cash Transfers

Report

This policy working paper looks at various delivery mechanisms which can be used to transfer cash to people in cash interventions. It discusses how these affect the costs, and the barriers, faced by those receiving cash as well as the costs and risks to implementing agencies of successful programme...

April 2010

Programme Evolution, Planning and Implementation: Zimbabwe Emergency Cash Transfer (ZECT) Pilot Programme

Report

The aim of this document is to draw lessons from the Zimbabwe Emergency Cash Transfer (ZECT) Pilot Programme evolution, planning and implementation. Since this was a pilot programme, documentation of the process of its development was viewed as a crucial programme output. The target audience for this...

April 2010

Minimum Economic Recovery Standards

Guidelines and Tools

The Minimum Economic Recovery Standards articulate the minimum level of technical and other assistance to be provided in promoting the recovery of economies and livelihoods affected by crisis.

2010

Enterprise Recovery Following Natural Disasters

Report

Using data from surveys of enterprises in Sri Lanka after the December 2004  tsunami, the authors undertake a microeconomic study of the recovery of the private firms in a developing country following a major natural disaster. Disaster recovery in low-income countries is characterized by the...

2010

Final evaluation of Livelihood Projects in the Post tsunami Recovery Operation in Sri Lanka

Report

Spanish Red Cross has wide experience in livelihoods programming mainly in South America and South Africa over the last twenty years.  However the projects that were developed in response to the impact of the Indian Ocean tsunami were the first time that the SRC used cash grants as a modality for its...

2010

Community Recovery Cash Grant: Responding to the shelter, food security and livelihood needs to enableearly recovery of earthquake affected people in Sumatra, Indonesia

Report

This document gives a technical review of the activities and the outstanding issues pertaining to the implementation of Oxfam’s recovery cash grant distribution in response to the 2009 earthquake in West Sumatra, Indonesia. Following the rapid assessment conducted a week after the earthquake, Oxfam has...

2010

Real Time Evaluation: Project ADVANCE Niger, Final Report

Report

The 2009 agricultural season in Niger was marked by dramatic crop production deficits. The most recent drought in Niger has led to an escalation in the price of locally-produced staple grains in the region. While demand in local markets remains high, as is normal right before the lean season, many...

2010