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Indicadores de Resultados de Transferencias Monetarias Multipropósito – Borrador final para pruebas
Guía y herramientas
Las transferencias monetarias multipropósito (MPC) son un tipo de asistencia destinada a permitir que las personas satisfagan sus necesidades básicas a través de los mercados locales tal y como lo deseen. Los objetivos de la asistencia humanitaria no son específicos de cada modalidad (por ejemplo,...
Cash for Shelter in Kenya – A Field Experience
A study of a cash for shelter project in Kalobeyei that highlights how UNHCR uses cash assistance to help the refugees to transition to more durable solutions, in this case, integration with the host community. The project presents a paradigm shift from the traditional refugee camp planning process.
“Min Ila” cash transfer program for displaced Syrian children in Lebanon
“Min Ila” is a cash transfer program that was implemented by UNICEF and the United Nation’s World Food Program (WFP) in coordination with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEHE), between 2016 and 2018 covering two (and later three) Lebanese governorates. The program, also known as...
My Needs, Our Future
Since the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year in Jordan, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Child Cash Grant (CCG) launched its new phase, an equity-driven, integrated social protection programme for all children in Jordan called Hajati, or ‘my need’ in Arabic. The new programme built on...
Child Outcomes of Cash Transfer Programming: Research Brief
Humanitarian emergencies are increasing in both frequency and duration. It is evident that children bear the brunt of these situations and that these experiences have long-lasting effects on their development and future. The figures for the number of children affected by humanitarian emergencies are...
Humanitarian Cash Transfer Programming and Gender-based Violence Outcomes: Evidence and Future Research Priorities
From ‘Collected Papers on Gender and Cash Transfer Programmes in Humanitarian Contexts’. Existing gender inequalities mean that disasters and conflicts impact women, men, girls and boys differently. Cash based assistance is one of the most significant developments in humanitarian assistance in recent...
Child Outcomes of Cash Transfer Programming: Appendix 1
This is an appendix to the document «Research brief: Child outcomes of cash transfer programming. A synthesis of the evidence around survival, education and protection in humanitarian and non-humanitarian contexts». This appendix contains the list of studies that were reviewed, with information on...
Child Outcomes of Cash Transfer Programming: Appendix 2
This is an appendix to the document «Research brief: Child outcomes of cash transfer programming. A synthesis of the evidence around survival, education and protection in humanitarian and non-humanitarian contexts». This appendix contains a summary of the available evidence per each outcome of interest....
Children in Indonesia: An analysis of poverty, mobility and multidimensional deprivation
This report by Indonesia’s Central Bureau of Statistics and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) with technical support from Development Pathways investigates the incidence, causes and effects of child poverty and poverty dynamics in Indonesia, and explores alternative policy options for...
Mainstreaming Gender-Based Violence Considerations in Cash-Based Interventions: A Case Study from Lower Juba, Somalia
This case study provides an overview of assessment and monitoring activities
conducted by the Women’s Refugee Commission and Adeso to mainstream GBV considerations within Adeso’s CBI in Lower Juba.