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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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Market Development in Crisis Affected Environments: Emerging lessons for achieving pro-poor economic reconstruction

Report

This paper documents practitioner experience and innovations in market development for income generation and livelihood security in crisis and post-crisis settings. War and natural disaster have devastating impacts on people’s ability to generate income and secure a sustainable livelihood that can...

2008

Practitioners’ Guide to the Household Economy Approach

Guidelines and Tools

This guide is aimed at those carrying out household economy approach (HEA) assessments, and is intended to serve as both a refresher guide for experienced practitioners and a set of reference reading materials to accompany formal trainings for new practitioners. The Practitioners’ Guide is presented as...

2008

Value Chain Tools for Market Integrated Relief Haiti’s Construction Sector

Report

This case study seeks to apply and document the use of the value chain approach to channel infrastructure program design from direct implementation to a market-integrated relief model. The market-integrated relief approach addresses the needs of crisis-affected populations by working through local...

2008

Cash Transfers in Lesotho: An evaluation of World Vision’s Cash and Food Transfers Pilot Project

Report

The Cash and Food Transfers Pilot Project (CFTPP) was designed and implemented as World Vision‟s contribution to the humanitarian response to the 2007/08 food crisis in Lesotho. This crisis was triggered by Lesotho‟s worst drought in 30 years, which reduced maize yields by 42% and left an estimated...

2008

Responding to Earthquakes: Learning from earthquake relief and recovery operations

Policy paper

This paper aims to provide a distillation of the learning from thirty years of humanitarian response to earthquakes. It concentrates on issues of particular relevance in earthquakes. The paper assumes that readers are already familiar with the more general lessons in the aid sector such as the key...

2008

The Use of Cash Grants in UNHCR Voluntary Repatriation Operations: Report of a lessons learned workshop

Report

On 4 April 2008, UNHCR’s Division of Operational Services and the Policy Development and Evaluation Service (PDES) co-sponsored a workshop on the use of cash grants in UNHCR repatriation operations. A total of 25 UNHCR staff members participated, together with six experts and researchers from Oxfam GB,...

2008

Evaluation of Concern Kenya’s Kerio Valley Cash Transfer Pilot (KVCTP)

Report

The Kerio Valley Cash Transfer Pilot (KVCTP) was Concern and its local partner the Catholic Diocese of Eldoret’s short-term and targeted response to the food security problems that affected communities in four Sub-locations in Baringo North and Pokot East Districts as a result of the post election...

2008

Direct Cash Transfer to Post Election Violence affected Host Population: Nakuru, South Rift Valley, Kenya. Internal Evaluation

Report

Post-election violence in Kenya started in late December 2007 and led to a large-scale destruction of property, disruption of transportation and labour markets, and displacement of an estimated 250.000 to 300.000 people throughout the country. Homes and shops were burnt or looted; farms were affected as...

2008