Cash Coordination 2021 – LIVE timeline
The way that cash is coordinated is a long-standing issue within the humanitarian response, with actors ranging from the donors, NGOs, UN, and think tanks calling for a resolution since 2012.
On this page, you’ll find the latest updates on cash coordination as they unfold.
Cash Coordination – State of the World’s Cash 2020 – Chapter 5
State of the World’s Cash 2020 – Chapter 5: Coordination
From the CALP Network’s flagship ‘State of the World’s Cash 2002’ publication, chapter 5 asks: ‘How can donors and decision-makers break the global impasse on cash coordination and build on the progress made by Cash Working Groups to improve programming?’
Other relevant resources:
Cash Coordination Tip Sheet
The CALP Network has developed a tipsheet setting out established best practice and key guidance and resources for all aspects of cash coordination, intended as a clear, accessible and action-oriented guide for those engaged in coordination of cash and voucher assistance at the field level.
Blog: Is cash transforming the humanitarian system or is the system limiting how cash is used?
In this blog Sophie Tholstrup and Jose Jodar ask why the dream of driving a more recipient-led, flexible, leaner humanitarian aid model – is not coming good. It considers whether the use of CVA is being limited in order to fit into a sectoral model, around which mandates, funding streams and institutional structures have grown up.
Clash Coordination Episode from the Trumanitarian Podcast
On this episode Lars Peter Nissen invites four guests to discuss why cash coordination is so difficult and what to do about it. The guests were Sophie Tholstrup, Patrick Saez, Edward Fraser and Isabelle Pelly.
You can also check the CALP Network’s library and use the keyword ‘coordination’ to search for more tools, reports, guidance and research around the topic.