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The CALP Network is currently exploring opportunities to re-open an office in the Asia Pacific region. In the meantime, drawing on the skills and experience of team members around the world, CALP continues to deliver some training and learning events.

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Cash transfers in emergencies: A synthesis of World Vision’s experience and learning

Report

This HPG study report, commissioned by World Vision, looks at the shifting view towards cash programming by the humanitarian community, and focuses on the specific challenges and needs which World Vision would have to address when considering the use of cash in emergencies. A general background of cash...

2011

IFRC and the evolution of CTP

Presentation

An IFRC presentation covering the following topics: IFRC and the evolution of CTP Institutional commitment and organisational learning Working in Partnership with the CALP Network Moving forward

2011

Planning and implementing cash transfers in emergencies: Practical insights from Pakistan

Report

Access The Report Here The use of cash transfers and vouchers, or together ‘cash-based responses’, has grown remarkably in recent years. Cash transfers provide beneficiaries with money, while vouchers ensure access to food for a predefined quantity or value in identified outlets. While there is a...

2011

DG ECHO perspectives on Cash Transfer Programming

Presentation

A presentation accompanying the CALP Network global learning event, Bangkok 16th February 2011, covering the following topics: DG ECHO position on the use of Cash &Vouchers (C&V) Trends in funding C&V projects Using C&V at scale: the case of Haiti Capacity building priorities

2011

Delivering Cash Through Cards – A Quick Delivery Guide (booklet)

Guidelines and Tools

A Quick Delivery Guide to delivering money through cards (magnetic stripe or smart cards).  Prepared as a practical tool, this guide provides a brief synthesis of the necessary preconditions and advantages and disadvantages of using cheques.  It also provides practical implementation tips. This version...

2011

More than roads: Using markets to feed the hungry in Nepal

Report

This report, based on research in Nepal, focuses on the importance of markets and road infrastructure, which could be used to inform longer term food security strategies. The report goes through the basis of the research, the context of the market environment and highlights the services provided and the...

2011

Watan Card Project – Pakistan National Disaster Relief Program

Presentation

Presentation to the CALP Network 4th Global Learning Event (Bangkok, February 2011) from the National Disaster Management Authority of the Government of Pakistan.  The presentation reviews the WATAN card cash transfer programme implemented by the Government to transfer money to flood affected people. The...

2011

ATM cash assistance: Does it work?

Report

This 2-page article describes UNHCR’s cash assistance to almost 5,000 vulnerable Iraqi refugee families in Jordan.  It looks at the key questions asked in UNHCR about implementing cash-based assistance, and highlights findings about cost-effectiveness and beneficiary well-being.

2011

Learning from Cash Responses to the Tsunami: Case Studies

Case Study

These case studies form part of a project to document learning around cash based responses to the Indian Ocean tsunami. The project was funded by the British Red Cross, Save the Children UK, Oxfam GB, Mercy Corps and Concern Worldwide.

2011