المساعدات النقدية والقسائم الخاصة بقطاعات معينة
CVA can help people in crises address their needs within a specific humanitarian sector, such as water, food, health, shelter, livelihood, or protection. Sector-specific CVA can be restricted or unrestricted, and conditional or unconditional, and will typically be provided as part of a comprehensive package which may also include in-kind and service-based assistance.
Each sector has to consider different questions, challenges, advantages and risks when it comes to supporting people’s recovery within their area of expertise. This requires evidence, tools, guidance and capacity. Meeting sector-specific outcomes through CVA also requires a multi-sectoral understanding of needs and of household economic security – see Multipurpose Cash Assistance. While some sectors are very experienced in implementing CVA and have done so for many years, others are now catching up. Most humanitarian sectors are committed and have been increasing their efforts on sector-specific CVA. The Global Cluster Coordination Group (GCCG) is also coordinating cross-cluster work to improve the sectoral used of CVA.
The CALP Network works closely with the cash technical groups/task teams within the global clusters, who have been defining their 2020 priorities and workplans during their regular meetings. A general overview and specific details of these priorities across each global cluster is available here.
Beyond Basic Needs: Using Cash and Voucher Assistance to Support the Transition from Basic Survival to Livelihoods Recovery in a Resource-Strapped World
Guidelines and Tools
Do you think of yourself as a “cash” person OR as a “livelihoods” person? An “emergency” practitioner OR a “recovery” practitioner? Or do you find yourself unsatisfied with the...
Looking into 2020: short overview on global clusters, CVA and the CALP Network
Overview as 2020 begins:
• Significant progress and commitment from all global clusters on integration of CVA into their work.
• Significant interest in different regions and by some donors on...
Building Evidence to inform the Effective Use of CASH and Voucher Assistance in Emergency Sanitation and Hygiene Programming
An analysis of 5 case studies of utilization of CASH/Voucher Assistance are presented and analysed in the attempt of building evidence on their utilization in emergency WASH Sanitation and HP...
CALP Network Board Meeting
Core CVA Skills for Programme Staff – Bioforce
Core CVA Skills for Programme Staff – RedR UK
CALP Network Board Meeting
Using Humanitarian Evaluations for Development Programs in HDP Coherence
Evaluations of humanitarian programs –when they occur– can offer critical insights for future response, relief, and recovery efforts, as well as longer-term development activities. Learnings on how to effectively build resilience through recovery efforts or identifying which communities are most...
Vinculación de la Protección Social y los programas de transferencias monetarias (PTM) Humanitarios
Este curso presencial de dos días tiene el objetivo de dotar a los participantes de una comprensión fundamental de la protección social y las potenciales maneras de vinculación con los PTM humanitarios.
Data Requirements for HDP-Oriented Contingency Planning
This session will explore the data and analytics necessary to produce accurate scenarios for emergency contingency plans, as the basis for more effective and scalable crisis modifiers in program design. How do we integrate community-based and participatory processes to ensure a more holistic analysis of...
Cash Catch Up
Hacking the Humanitarian-Private Sector Divide Please join us for the second 'Cash Catch Up'. Cash Catch Up events bring us together, facilitate better joint working, and strengthen our collective knowledge and skills related to cash and voucher assistance (CVA).
Cash Catch Up
Abordando la brecha de los sectores Humanitario y Privado
Parlons transferts monétaires
Réduire le fossé entre le secteur humanitaire et le secteur privé