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Calculating transfer values in West and Central Africa: With learnings from Cameroon and Niger

You are invited to join us for a webinar exploring how we can better determine and use transfer value calculations in the region. We will share learnings from experiences in Cameroon and Niger.

10 July 2023

While we are seeing more and more understanding of the Minimum Expenditure Basket (MEB) definition process in the region, national Cash Working Groups (CWGs) still seem to be struggling with the transfer value calculation exercise and its use. CWGs and CVA actors are experiencing various issues / blockage in some countries.  

Based on the experiences from Niger and Cameroon, this webinar aims to provide a space for learning and sharing good (and bad) practices from various contexts.  

Participants will learn more about improving the transfer value calculation process and usage at the regional and the country level. 

This webinar is of particular interest to: 

  • CWG leads 
  • CWG co-leads
  • Regionally focused CVA actors 

Join us on 10th July from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. UTC and will be facilitated in French, with simultaneous interpretation in English. 


Duration Activity
5 min Introduction
5 mns Practical modalities: simultaneous translation, presenters (a slide with their photos if they agree)
10 mns Quiz on MEB and the transfer value: a refresher of certain definitions and differences.
40 mns Sharing the experience of CWGs in Cameroon and Niger (20 mins each)
25 mns Q&A
5 mns Summary and closing remarks


  • Cameroun : Diaba Ba du PAM
  • Niger : Anna Law du PAM et Fadima Soumana de OCHA


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