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Seguimiento de los programas de transferencias monetarias

Nos hemos comprometido a fortalecer la escala y la calidad de los programas de transferencias monetarias (PTM), pero para medir nuestro progreso respecto a este compromiso, debemos acordar un enfoque común para la recolección y análisis de datos.

Los firmantes del Gran Pacto se comprometieron a aumentar el uso de los PTM y a utilizar marcadores comunes para medir estos incrementos. Aunque el seguimiento del volumen de los PTM está comenzando a realizarse de manera más efectiva, todavía persisten los desafíos técnicos y políticos. Estos incluyen: 

  • Definir qué datos se desea recolectar y cómo recolectarlos;
  • Garantizar el compromiso y el uso de las categorías de datos y sistemas;
  • Abordar las deficiencias de los sistemas de notificación existentes que no han sido diseñados para incluir o desagregar, dinero en efectivo, cupones y otras modalidades; 
  • Llegar a un acuerdo común sobre las categorías estándar para la presentación de informes a fin de evitar datos incompletos e incoherentes.

Prioridades actuales

Desde 2017 a 2019, la CALP Network colideró el Subgrupo de trabajo de asistencia en efectivo del Gran Pacto sobre el seguimiento de los PTM junto a la Dirección General de Ayuda Humanitaria y Protección Civil de la Comisión Europea (DG ECHO, por sus siglas en inglés), con el principal objetivo de acordar los requisitos mínimos para el seguimiento de los PTM. Esto incluye la integración de los PTM en los sistemas y plataformas de información interinstitucional clave, a saber, el Servicio de Seguimiento Financiero (FTS, por sus siglas en inglés) y el módulo de proyectos HPC de la Oficina de Coordinación de Asuntos Humanitarios (OCHA, por sus siglas en inglés), el Estándar de Datos de la Iniciativa Internacional para la Transparencia de la Ayuda (IATI, por sus siglas en inglés), y los informes de 3W (quién hace qué, dónde). El subgrupo de trabajo sobre seguimiento de los PTM ha sido fusionado en el subgrupo de trabajo de eficiencia, eficacia y relación costo-beneficio, que la CALP Network seguirá coliderando.

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