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Asistencia en efectivo en contextos de alta inflación y depreciación: Retos, dilemas y próximos pasos
Muchos países de todo el mundo se enfrentan a tasas de inflación y depreciación de la moneda muy elevadas, con un enorme aumento de los precios de los productos básicos y del coste de vida. Las elevadas tasas de inflación y depreciación de la moneda, junto con las medidas aplicadas por los gobiernos...
المساعدات النقدية في سياقات التضخم المرتفع وانخفاض قيمة العملة: التحديات والمعضلات وسبل المضي قُدُمًا
تصارع العديد من البلدان في جميع أنحاء العالم مع ارتفاع معدلات التضخم وانخفاض قيمة العملة مع ارتفاع أسعار السلع الأساسية وتكلفة المعيشة بشكل هائل. تؤثر المعدلات...
Layering Cash Into Market Systems Programs: Catalyzing Market-Driven Recovery in Nigeria
Mercy Corps has been implementing the USAID funded Feed the Future Nigeria Rural Resilience Activity (RRA), a market systems development (MSD) program, in Northeast Nigeria since 2019. In response to COVID-19, RRA layered on a short-term cash transfer activity to help households cope, jumpstart local...
“Men have the power to say everything, women don’t.” Women’s perceptions of cash and voucher assistance in Maiduguri’s outskirts
In northeast Nigeria, women and girls constitute approximately two-thirds of cash and voucher assistance (CVA) recipients. However, stark gender inequalities in the region make it difficult to hear women’s perspectives. This study aims to amplify their voices and concerns to inform decision-making...
Acting Before Disaster Strikes: The impacts of anticipatory cash transfers on climate resilience in Northeast Nigeria
IRC’s research – the first experimental evidence from a randomized controlled trial (RCT) on how anticipatory cash compares to post-shock cash transfers in a conflict-affected environment – highlights that anticipatory action is critical to meeting the short- and longer-term needs of households...
Adapter les transferts monétaires à l’inflation, à la dépréciation et à la volatilité économique
Le CALP Network a soutenu les groupes de travail nationaux sur les transferts monétaires (CWG) dans cinq pays africains - le Burkina Faso, le Malawi, le Nigeria, le Sud-Soudan et le Zimbabwe - afin qu'ils conviennent de processus clairs et prévisibles pour adapter les transferts monétaires à la...
Adapting Cash Programming to Inflation, Depreciation and Economic Volatility
The CALP Network supported country cash working groups (CWGs) in five African countries – Burkina Faso, Malawi, Nigeria, South Sudan and Zimbabwe – to agree on clear and predictable processes for adapting CVA programmes to economic volatility. These reports capture the resulting recommendations,...
Cash and Voucher Assistance to Improve Maternal and Child Nutrition Outcomes in Emergency Contexts of Nigeria
In Nigeria, nearly 12 per cent of children under 5 years are wasted according to the National Food Consumption and Micronutrient Survey (2021). Wasting is largely concentrated in the North with 58 per cent of all cases residing there. In the Northeast and Northwest regions of Nigeria, the prevalence of...
IOM Cash-Based Interventions Annual Report and Case Studies 2022
Since 2019, IOM has placed special attention on building capacity to increase the use and coordination of cash-based interventions (CBI) across the organization in line with the Grand Bargain commitments. Following the successful implementation of the IOM Strategy for Humanitarian CBI 2019–2021, the...
Adapter les transferts monétaires humanitaires au contexte d’inflation et de dépréciation monétaire
Le CALP vient de terminer une étude qui visait à capturer les différentes mesures d’adaptation de transferts monétaires (TM) humanitaires afin de répondre à l’inflation et la dépréciation de la monnaie dans différents pays. Dans la région de l’Afrique de l’Ouest et du Centre, l’étude...
Coordinating with the Petrol Sector to Enhance Early Warning
For far too long humanitarian actors and coordination mechanisms have witnessed sharp price variations of core commodities without the capacity to forecast them. While to date some Cash and Vouchers Working Groups (e.g., Afghanistan) establish mechanisms to continue monitoring and adapt transfer values in...
Livelihoods Cost-Effectiveness Brief – Anticipatory Cash
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) implemented an anticipatory action cash-distribution pilot among six agro-pastoralist communities in Northeast Nigeria, focused on reducing the damaging effects of flooding. Prior to the flood season of 2022, the IRC set up an early warning system with local...
“Money determines life, survival and everything else” People need choices for an uncertain future
Ground Truth Solutions (GTS) has been collecting feedback from CVA recipients in Nigeria since 2019. In this fourth round of quantitative surveys in September 2022, we spoke with 1,981 people, including internally displaced people, host community members, and returnees, who had received cash and voucher...
Improving the Prospects for Peace in Nigeria: Spotlight on cash-based transfers
This report aims to provide a better understanding of how the World Food Programme’s (WFP) cash-based transfer (CBT) interventions in Nigeria make peace contributions and looks at how these contributions could be further enhanced. The findings are based on a desk review of programme documents, in-depth...
Community Reflections: The Cumulative Impact of Keeping People Informed
This briefing note presents an overview of the findings from Ground Truth Solutions’ in-depth, qualitative interviews with community representatives of displaced people and aid recipients in Nigeria and Somalia in May and June 2022. As part of the Cash Barometer initiative, we invited youth leaders,...
The Key to Fairness is Inclusion: Understanding Perceptions of Fairness and Aid Modality Preferences in Northeast Nigeria
The use of cash and voucher assistance (CVA) is increasing in Nigeria: CVA currently makes up around 50% of the food security response, and was received by 1.8 million internally displaced persons (IDPs) in 2020. Following-up on a quantitative survey that we conducted in 2020, this report contains...
Cash Barometer Nigeria
After more than a decade of conflict and violent insurgency by the non-state armed group Boko Haram, some 7.9 million people in Nigeria’s Borno, Adamawa and Yobe states (collectively known as the BAY states) were expected to be in need of humanitarian assistance in 2020. Since the onset of Covid-19,...
Understanding the Impacts of COVID-19 in Nigeria Using The Household Economy Analysis Framework
Analysis of impact of COVID-19 on household food and income sources.
Responding to the COVID-19 Crisis: Linking humanitarian Cash and Social Protection in practise
This paper seeks to demonstrate practical ways in which NGOs are linking their humanitarian work to social protection and the added importance of this in the context of COVID-19, following from the earlier work of CCD outlining the role of NGOs to
improve the access to and delivery of social protection in...
Protocol for the Prevention and Control of Infections in the Context of the COVID19 Pandemic
Guidelines and Tools