A new strategy for the CaLP network
The use of CVA in humanitarian response offers enormous benefits to people affected by crises, implementing organisations and donors. Policy, practice and learning around the effective use of CVA are developing at a rapid pace. As a network of more than 80 organizations involved in the vast majority of CVA worldwide, CaLP can play a unique role in ensuring these developments are led by the needs of crisis affected people and add the most value in collective efforts to improve humanitarian response. CaLP has launched a collaborative process to develop a network strategy for the next three years (2020-2024) – setting out a vision for how CaLP’s members, supported by the secretariat, will collaborate to ensure quality CVA continues to support those who need it.
CaLP’s 2017 – 2020 objectives
CaLP’s 2017-20 Strategy sets out a plan for how members with collectively deliver the Global Framework for Action, a consolidated summary of the major commitments and recommendations made to improve CVA in humanitarian response during 2015 and 2016.