تتبع المساعدات النقدية والقسائم
لتزم الموقعون على الصفقة الكبرى بزيادة استخدام المساعدات النقدية والقسائم، واستخدام علامات مشتركة لقياس هذه الزيادات. على الرغم من بدء تتبع حجم المساعدات النقدية والقسائم بشكل أكثر فعالية، إلّا أنه ثمة تحديات تقنية وسياسية. وهذا يضم ما يلي:
- تحديد البيانات التي يجب جمعها وطريقة القيام بذلك
- ضمان الالتزام باستخدام فئات وأنظمة البيانات
- معالجة أوجه القصور في أنظمة إعداد التقارير الحالية التي لم يتم تصميمها في كثير من الأحيان لتضمين أو تفصيل النقد والقسائم والطرائق الأخرى
- التوصل إلى اتفاق مشترك حول الفئات المعيارية للإبلاغ لتجنب البيانات غير الكاملة وغير المتسقة.
شاركت شبكة CALP، من عام 2017 إلى عام 2019، في قيادة مسار العمل الفرعي للصفقة الكبرى بشأن تتبع المساعدات النقدية والقسائم مع المديرية العامة للحماية المدنية الأوروبية وعمليات المساعدة الإنسانية، بهدف رئيسي يتمثل في الاتفاق على الحد الأدنى من المتطلبات لتتبع المساعدات النقدية والقسائم. يتضمن ذلك دمج المساعدات النقدية والقسائم في أنظمة ومنصات إعداد التقارير الرئيسية المشتركة بين الوكالات، أي خدمة التتبع المالي التابعة لمكتب تنسيق الشؤون الإنسانية ووحدة مشروع دورة البرمجة الإنسانية، ومعيار بيانات مبادرة الشفافية الخاصة بالمعونة الدولية، وإعداد تقارير 3W (وهي تتمثل في من الذي سيفعل وماذا سيفعل وأين سيفعل). تم الآن دمج مسار العمل الفرعي الخاص بتتبع المساعدات النقدية والقسائم في مسار العمل الفرعي للكفاءة والفعالية والقيمة مقابل المال، والذي ستستمر شبكة CALP في قيادته.
Tracking Cash & Voucher Assistance Workshop – Part 2: Report
Do you want to read the latest on discussions on how to best track cash and voucher assistance in global interagency reporting systems? The CALP Network and ECHO have just released Tracking Cash & Voucher Assistance Workshop – Part 2: Report. Key recommendations emerging from the workshop are summarized below. These will be used in the coming months as a basis to develop guidance for...
Measuring Cash Transfer Programming – Scoping study
This scoping study explores technical and policy issues that are constraining progress towards better measurement and reporting of Cash Transfer Programming (CTP) and addresses these to identify ways forward. The study was developed with the following objectives: • Map and document how different implementing agencies and donors are measuring cash and voucher programming data at the...
Tracking Cash and Voucher Assistance: Agreements, recommendations and minimum requirements from the Grand Bargain cash workstream
Guidelines and Tools
This document comprises the key outputs of the work undertaken through the Tracking Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) Working Group from 2017 to 2019. The Tracking CVA Working Group was established as the
platform for engagement and decision-making for the sub-workstream on Tracking CVA, which is part of the Grand Bargain Cash Workstream. The Tracking CVA sub-workstream was co-led by the the...
Humanitarian Cash and Voucher Assistance in the USA: learning and sharing together
Objective To provide a once off space that facilitates exchange and learning for the actors implementing humanitarian Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) in the United States. We aim to provide an environment to share knowledge, experiences, and best practices to enhance the effectiveness of their...
Can Cash Change the Humanitarian System?
In this episode we reflect on how far cash has changed the humanitarian system. We question whether it has lived up to early expectations or whether the system is using cash without fundamentally changing. What's needed to make the humanitarian system better at responding to needs and preferences of...
Cash – How Can We Unlock its Real Potential?
In receny years, cash has been changing the humanitarian system, but how have these shifts truly impacted the people affected by crisis? And what changes need to happen if cash is going to reach its full potential? In this episode, we embark on an eye-opening journey with our dynamic duo of guests, Meg...
Is Cash the Key to More People Centred Aid?
In this episode we ask what people-centered aid looks like in practice, particularly when we think about cash and voucher assistance? With our three guests, we explore if people centred aid is different or is just a new buzz-phrase. Most importantly we explore the role cash could play in achieving more...
Can Cash Make the Humanitarian System More Accountable?
In this episode we explore accountability issues within the humanitarian system, their root causes and potential solutions. We ask if cash and voucher assistance has a part to play in improving accountability, and what that could look like.
Is Large-scale Cash Compatible with Locally Led Response?
In this episode, we challenge the idea that locally led response and large-scale CVA are incompatible. We explore the myths around local actors and the barriers to further progress.
Will New Technologies Help Deliver More and Better Cash?
Technology brings new opportunities, risks, and dilemmas for the humanitarian system. In this episode, we explore these issues, and question whether the combination of technology and cash could bring transformative change and finally make aid more people-centered.
What is stopping cash from transforming humanitarian aid?
In this six-episode of Series 2 of CashCast, we explore what’s holding humanitarian cash assistance back from reaching its full potential: Where has change flourished or faltered? And what can we do about it? Together, with our 6 fascinating guests, we delve into issues around CVA transformative...
CALP Network Board Meeting
The Board provides strategic leadership and operational oversight of CALP. The CALP Board is comprised of between 7 and 13 voting members, who are drawn from CALP member organisations or are independent members of the CALP Network. The Board operates on the basis of the Operational Framework and Code of...
Impact Evaluation of Cash-Based Transfers on Food Security and Gender Equality in El Salvador
1. Gender inequality is pervasive, particularly in developing countries such as El Salvador, and its potential welfare implications are concerning. In El Salvador, only 45.4 percent of women participate in the labour market, in contrast to 74.4 percent of men. 2. Economic development, gender equality in...
Cash Assistance for GBV Survivors Receiving Case Management in Indonesia
In partnership with Johns Hopkins University, UNFPA conducted an evaluation study on cash assistance for GBV Survivors receiving Case Management in Indonesia. The evaluation study was conducted to understand the impact of the cash assistance on safety, health, and uptake of services of GBV survivors in...
Empowering Communities: Examining CORE’s Delivery of Food Vouchers to Immigrant and Refugee Households in Brazil
In 2022 alone Brazil hosted more than 560,000 refugees, asylum-seekers, stateless individuals and other individuals needing international protection. With year-on-year increase this trend is likely to continue. Although the government of Brazil does extend several protections to refugees—including...
Data Sharing in Humanitarian Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA): A look at risks, threats and mitigation technologies
This research, conducted by The Engine Room between March and October 2023, was commissioned by the Norwegian Refugee Council in collaboration with the DIGID consortium to map risks and threats related to data sharing in CVA, and to evaluate potential technological approaches that might mitigate these...
Risks and Threats related to data sharing in Humanitarian Cash and Voucher Assistance
As part of the DIGID Interoperability project looking at data interoperability in humanitarian cash and voucher assistance (CVA), The Engine Room recently concluded research into key risks and threats related to data sharing in CVA. This work included interviews with key people with relevant sectoral...
إطلاق تقرير حالة المساعدات النقدية في العالم 2023
تسجيل ندوة عبر الإنترنت
شاهدوا تسجيل فعالية الاطلاق العالمية لإصدار CALP لتقرير حالة المساعدات النقدية في العالم 2023.
Joint Market Assessment Round 2
This report assesses the feasibility of implementing Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA), specifically Multipurpose Cash Assistance (MPCA), to support individuals impacted by the February 6 earthquakes. The evaluation focuses on the acceptance of various forms of cash modalities, availability of key items,...
Ensuring Inclusive Cash and Voucher Programming in Vanuatu
Save the Children is expanding its cash and voucher programming in Vanuatu; helping families to overcome financial barriers to improve outcomes for their children and advocating for investments in a national social protection system.
This report presents the findings of a Gender Equality, Disability...
Ensuring Inclusive Cash and Voucher Programming in Solomon Islands
Save the Children is expanding its cash and voucher programming in Solomon Islands; helping families to overcome financial barriers to improve outcomes for their children and advocating for investments in a national social protection system.
This report presents the findings of a Gender Equality,...
Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion (GEDSI) Analysis: Rapid review to inform cash programming in Solomon Islands and Vanuatu
There is compelling global evidence that, on average, cash transfers reduce monetary poverty, raise school attendance and use of health services, reduce child labour and increase women’s decision-making power and choices. Cash programming though, is relatively new in Pacific Island Countries (PICs) and...
Rapid Reflection on the Scale up of Cash Coordination- Türkiye/ Syria Earthquakes
This rapid reflection piece looks at how cash coordination structures scaled up at the onset of the Türkiye/ Syria Earthquakes in February 2023. The short reports look at implications and good practices implemented by cash working groups in Türkiye, North West Syria, and Government-controlled areas of...