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Hygiene NFI Provision through Cash Assistance with E-Voucher Modality: PDM

Report

NCA & LWF Gure-shembola Refugee Camp CBI PDM report.

2018

Multi-purpose Cash and Sectoral Outcomes – Greece case study

Report

Starting in 2015, the European Commission has been providing funding to support the humanitarian response in Greece through the Emergency Support to Integration & Accommodation’ (ESTIA) programme managed by its European Union Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid (ECHO). ESTIA is implemented by UNHCR...

2018

Gure- Shembola Refugee camp E-vouchor pilot program- Learning Document

Report

Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) in partner with Lutheran World Federation (LWF) have been completed their project using CBI approach. The project was aimed to provide Gure Shembola refugees with access to their choice of hygiene items through an e-voucher system. This learning document aims to document the...

2018

Reflecting on the 2017 Drought Response and Cash Coordination in Kenya

Report

This report brings together thoughts and reflections on the use of cash in the drought response in Kenya in 2017/18 and consider how cash coordination might be strengthened in future. These are from a half day learning event organised by the CALP Network in liaison with the Chair and Co-Chair of the Kenya...

2018

MPCA in Iraq: Perspectives of Beneficiaries on Impact

Report

Cash Transfer Programmes (CTP) have become a common feature of humanitarian responses in conflict and disaster settings, supported by a wealth of evidence that cash transfers are an effective means of meeting humanitarian needs, providing local markets are functioning and accessible. CTP without...

2018

CTP in Challenging Contexts: Case Study on CTP and Risks in Yemen 2015–2018

Report

Yemen is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world, and has long suffered from poverty, instability and vulnerability. The conflict, which has unravelled since late 2014, and, more specifically, since March 2015, has left 22 million Yemenis in need of some kind of humanitarian assistance or...

2018

Cash Transfer Programming in Armed Conflict: The ICRC’s Experience

Report

Money is the main means of survival for most people around the world. That remains the case in situations of armed conflict, when having cash to buy essential goods can mean the difference between life and death.
The ICRC’s experience shows that cash is an essential tool in humanitarian action in armed...

2018

The Role of Cash Transfers in Social Protection, Humanitarian Response and Shock-Responsive Social Protection

Guidelines and Tools

Cash transfers have expanded rapidly in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) around the world in the past decade. The contexts in which they are implemented have also diversified; while cash transfers were mostly adopted initially as central elements of social protection systems, they have become...

2018

Inter-Agency Joint Cash Study: Market Functionality and Community Perception of Cash Based Assistance – Yemen

Report

Since 2015, conflict in Yemen has left 3 million people displaced and over half of the population food insecure, and has destroyed much of the country’s infrastructure. As of July 2017, much of the population had lost their primary source of income, 46% lacked access to a free improved water source and...

December 2017

Supporting markets in emergencies. Scoping study

Report

A review of recent humanitarian interventions that support local markets in emergency contexts revealed a limited scope and breadth of this type of activity. While many agencies show good creativity and understanding of market systems in emergencies, most activities are in the form of small grants to...

May 2017