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What Next For Cash Transfers In Bangladesh?
This study was commissioned by the Cash Working Group (CWG) of Bangladesh and funded, through Oxfam by ECHO. The study was conducted through remote interviews and then further interviews and participatory workshops during ten days in Dhaka (November 2015). The scope of work was initially primarily focused...
Pre-crisis Market Mapping and Analysis (PCMMA): Training Report
In recent years, humanitarian organisations have been re-examining their
responses to emergencies. Many have begun experimenting with cash-based initiatives alongside or in place of conventional relief distributions of food and non-food items, and local procurement is being encouraged wherever possible....
Key Recommendations for Disaster Risk Reduction Mainstreaming into Post Disaster Emergency Response in the North Western Part of Bangladesh
From December 2012 to July 2013, three NGOs from the National Alliance for Risk Reduction and Response Initiatives consortium (Solidarités International, Islamic Relief and Oxfam) implemented a Food Security response after flash floods that occurred in the North Western districts of Bangladesh. The...
Evaluation of the preparedness pilot for cash transfer programmes – Achieving scale in relief cash transfer programming – 2014
It is recognized that cash transfer programming can be effective in supporting populations affected by disasters in a way that maintains dignity and choice for beneficiaries while stimulating local livelihoods, economies and markets. However, the majority of cash transfer programming has been undertaken...
WASH and Market Training
Guidelines and Tools
These training materials were prepared by Oxfam for a WASH and market training in Khulna, Bangladesh, in December 2014. It is mainly based on the EMMA methodology. The material include presentations for the 6 days of the training (including 2 days of field work).
Disaster Response: Mobile Money for the Displaced
Advances in mobile technology have opened up new opportunities, not only for communication, but also for using the mobile handset as a platform for a range of applications. The introduction of data transfer facilities and the rise of mobile financial services around the world have allowed mobile money...
Leveling the Playing Field: How do we make social protection more transformative?
Today social protection has a central place in development agenda. It is no longer seen just as protection for the poor but also as a way to promote growth by transforming the poor into a productive force to boost national economies. Nepal adopted this idea earlier than many other countries in the region....
An Innovative way of Humanitarian Assistance using Mobile Money Transfer in Bangladesh
A video detailing Oxfam’s use of mobile money transfer in Bangladesh.
Livelihood Coping and Recovery from Disaster: The case of coastal Bangladesh
Bangladesh has a long history of coping with and recovery from disasters. Although climate extremes are increasingly taking huge tolls especially in the southwestern part of the country, households are resisting the negative outcomes of these events eventually. This research explores the livelihood...
Atelier sur les systèmes de Suivi & Evaluation des programmes d’assistance monétaire
Les principes du suivi et de l’évaluation sont les mêmes pour les transferts monétaires que pour les autres types de
projets, et il convient de respecter les pratiques d’usage. Certaines questions sont toutefois spécifiques aux transferts monétaires. L’une des principales caractéristiques de...