Webinar: Cash Coordination and locally-led response (HNPW Session)
This event brought together national and global stakeholders to discuss:
- How localization and locally led responses are included in the new cash coordination model (endorsed by the IASC in March 2022)
- About the current locally led and coordinated cash initiatives.
- The challenges and opportunities that exist in relation to locally led cash coordination.
This session is part of the Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week (HNPW) annual humanitarian conference, and it is organized by the Cash and locally led response Working Group, co-lead by the CALP Network, Women’s Right to Education Programme (WREP), Global Mentoring Initiatives (GMI) and Christian Aid.
It’s a great moment to discuss locally led cash coordination:
In 2020, the State of the World Cash report recommended developing more meaningful participation and visibility of local actors in CVA discussions and coordination as a priority action. In 2022 the long-awaited new model for cash coordination takes us a significant step closer to achieving this.
|INTRODUCTION AND FACILITATION
|José Jódar – Technical Advisor CALP Network
|1- OPENING REMARKS
|Jan Egeland – EP at the Grand Bargain / NRC Secretary general
|2- DISCUSSION ABOUT CASH COORDINATION MODELS AND LOCALLY LED RESPONSE|
|– OCHA||Marina Skuric- Prodanovic- Chief of the System-wide Approaches and Practices Section in OCHA.|
Annika Sjoberg- Senior Cash Officer with UNHCR
|– Alliance for Empowering partnership (A4EP)||Smruti Patel- Member of the International Convening Committee of Alliance for Empowering Partnership (A4EP),|
|3- SHOWCASING CASH COORDINATION AND LOCALLY LED INITIATIVES|
|– Kenyan Red Cross Society||Peter Murgor
CVA Manager | International Center for Humanitarian Affairs (ICHA)| Kenya Red Cross Society
|– Direction nationale de la protection sociale et de l’économie solidaire (DNPSES), (National Direction for social protection and solidary economy) Government of Mali||Mah Assanatou Kone- Chef de section etudes recherches filets sociaux (Chief of Section studies, research and safety nets), DNPSES|
|– Departamento para la Prosperidad Social (Department for social prosperity), Colombia Government.
|Andrés Mauricio Bocanegra- Coordinador programa Ingreso Solidario
Claudia Isabel Martínez – Coordinadora de Alianzas y Cooperaciòn
|4- QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS /SHARING EXPERIENCE SPACE|
|5- CLOSING REMARKS –||Mimidoo Achakpa / Executive Director of Women’s Right to Education Programme- Nigeria (WREP)|