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The CALP Network provides coordination, technical and policy support for organizations implementing or considering cash and voucher assistance region in the MENA region. The CALP Network’s regional office for MENA is at Oxfam International, Amman, Jordan.

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Meeting Needs Index – guidance note

Guidelines and Tools

The Meeting Needs Index, or MNI, is a proxy measure of household welfare, providing a single-figure composite indication of how able a household is to meet multiple basic needs. It was first developed and utilized by Mercy Corps in the Gaza Strip, then at larger scale by the Gaza Protection Consortium, as...

17 November 2021

Adaptation of Operational Activities to Humanitarian Crises-TRC

Report

The Turkish Red Crescent’s (TRC) Kızılaykart Cash Based Assistance Programmes Coordinatorship continues to work relentlessly with the aim to develop shock-responsiveness and continue to alleviate human suffering caused by conflicts, involuntary migration and socioeconomic challenges in the face of the...

6 October 2021

Good Practice Review on Cash Assistance in Contexts of High Inflation and Depreciation: Case Study Yemen

Report

This case study accompanies CALP’s Good Practice Review on Cash Assistance in Contexts of High Inflation and Depreciation. It is intended to illustrate the process of situational analysis, response analysis and response option selection presented in the GPR. The learning from this case study has also...

6 October 2021

Good Practice Review on Cash Assistance in Contexts of High Inflation and Depreciation: Case Study Lebanon

Report

This case study accompanies CALP’s Good Practice Review on Cash Assistance in Contexts of High Inflation and Depreciation. It is intended to illustrate the process of situational analysis, response analysis and response option selection presented in the GPR. The learning from this case study has also...

6 October 2021

Digital identity, biometrics and inclusion in humanitarian responses to refugee crises

Report

Digital identity and biometrics have long been divisive topics in the humanitarian sector. On the one hand, they have the potential to be more inclusive and reach people in need at scale due to perceived efficiency gains. A legal identity for everyone as part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)...

6 October 2021