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Programas de transferencias monetarias sectoriales

Como parte de una intervención sectorial, como en el caso de ayudar a personas afectadas por una crisis a acceder a la asistencia sanitaria o a reconstruir sus medios de vida, los programas de transferencias monetarias (PTM) podrían ser proporcionados como parte de un paquete. Sin embargo, cada sector requiere diferentes habilidades y consideraciones para garantizar que los PTM son utilizados y supervisados de manera eficaz.

Los PTM pueden ayudar a las personas en situaciones de crisis a abordar sus necesidades dentro de un determinado sector humanitario, tales como: agua, alimentos, salud, vivienda, medios de vida, o protección. Los PTM sectoriales pueden ser restringidos o sin restricción, condicionales o incondicionales, y normalmente serán proporcionados como parte de un paquete integral que puede incluir asistencia en especie o servicios. 

Cada sector tiene que considerar distintas preguntas, retos, ventajas y riesgos cuando se trata de apoyar la recuperación de las personas dentro de su área de especialización. Esto requiere evidencias, herramientas, orientación y capacidad. Para cumplir los resultados sectoriales a través de los PTM también se requiere de una comprensión multisectorial de las necesidades y de la seguridad económica de los hogares (vea las Transferencias monetarias multipropósito). Mientras que algunos sectores tienen mucha experiencia en la implementación de los PTM y lo han hecho por muchos años, otros se están poniendo al día. La mayoría de los sectores humanitarios están comprometidos y han venido aumentando sus esfuerzos en los PTM sectoriales. El Grupo global de coordinación de clusters (GCCG, por sus siglas en inglés) también se encuentra coordinando el trabajo entre clusters para mejorar la utilización sectorial de los PTM. 

Prioridades actuales

CaLP trabaja en estrecha colaboración con los grupos técnicos de asistencia en efectivo y equipos de tareas dentro de los clusters globales, que han estado definiendo sus prioridades y planes de trabajo del 2020 durante sus reuniones regulares. Una descripción general y detalles específicos de estas prioridades en cada cluster global está disponible aquí. 

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