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10 things you should know about cash transfers

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Watch the video here. Nearly 90 million people around the world are in need of humanitarian aid. One great way to help them is by giving people cash instead of goods like food and clothes. It’s simple, and helps more people, more effectively. Interested? Here are 10 things you should know about cash...

20 octobre 2016

Food or Cash or Vouchers? New report on U.S. food assistance monitoring and evaluation suggests “All of the above”

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In this special blog Jenny Coneff, the CALP Network's North America Focal Point, reflects on the main findings of the GAO report.

7 octobre 2016

Cash is the answer to change the global aid system

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A variety of studies show that recipients of cash not only use the assistance to meet immediate needs (food, shelter, health, schooling) but they also use it to invest in businesses. Cash is not only a dignified way of helping people in need get back on their feet, it incentivises and supports...

19 septembre 2016

Documenting learning from cash transfer programming in the Ebola context

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The CALP Network in West Africa is launching a new Cash and Ebola project that aims to optimize the use of CTP in future crises by documenting, analyzing and providing recommendations from the use of CTP in the Ebola Crisis.

23 août 2016

Cash Transfers in Remote Emergency Programming: Focus on risk mitigation

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Humanitarian agencies increasingly deliver cash in locations with significant access constraints. Roger Dean, NRC’s Remote Cash Project lead, answers questions about how cash transfers can be used as an effective modality of response in such contexts.

1 août 2016

Introducing the ELAN Data Starter Kit

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Electronic cash transfers (e-transfers) often necessitate the transfer of personal data, some of which is sensitive, between humanitarian and private sector actors, such as financial service providers (FSPs). As use of e-transfers increases, having strong data management and protection practices in place...

14 juin 2016

Future of NGOs: Smaller, more specialised, and more efficient

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The WHS was far from a revolution. Yet the unprecedented place occupied by cash at the WHS shows the ball is rolling. Nigel Timmins, Oxfam International’s Humanitarian Director, reflects on what underlies our attitudes and how NGOs will need to focus on a set of core activities that reflect their...

1 juin 2016

World Economic Forum, MasterCard and GSMA Commit to Lead Initiatives on Scaling-up Humanitarian Payments in Emergency Situations

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The World Economic Forum, MasterCard and the GSMA join together at the World Humanitarian Summit, held this week in Istanbul on 23-24 May, to commit to lead initiatives that will improve the way people receive humanitarian assistance in the form of diverse payments following a crisis.

23 mai 2016

Responding to Diverse Needs: Multipurpose Cash Grants

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The growing use of cash transfers across a wide range of sectors provides opportunities for a paradigm shift to a more dignified, holistic approach to humanitarian assistance. Learn how UNHCR, in coordination with partners such as Oxfam, Save the Children, and the IRC, are using multipurpose cash grants...

4 avril 2016

Oxfam distribution in East Ghouta

E-Vouchers for Syrian Refugees in Turkey: Challenges and lessons learned around vulnerability, targeting, and protection

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There are more than 2.5 million Syrian refugees living in Turkey. The vast majority of these individuals have settled in cities, not camps, and therefore receive minimal or no humanitarian assistance to help meet their basic needs. In response to this gap, the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) in Turkey...

4 avril 2016

The Use of Cash Transfer for Livelihoods: Considerations and lessons learned

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As the use of cash transfer programming increases, questions of how it can be used both to meet short-term relief needs and to contribute to recovery and longer-term development become more pertinent. In particular, the use of cash transfers to meet livelihoods objectives can be a highly effective means...

31 mars 2016

Partnering for success: What works in e-cash programs?

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As the CALP Network readers know, cash transfer programming is growing in use in a variety of locations and situations. After years of using cash transfers, humanitarians are increasingly interested in taking advantage of electronic delivery mechanisms to offer program participants additional choice,...

20 novembre 2015

Mise à l’échelle des transferts monétaires avec ECHO : principes communs d’utilisation des transferts monétaires à usages multiples

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En juin 2015, le Conseil de l'Europe a adopté 10 principes communs pour l'aide monétaire à usages multiples. Si aujourd'hui les transferts monétaires ne représentent qu'une faible part de l'aide humanitaire, les principes communs ouvrent la voie à davantage d'activités de plaidoyer auprès des...

7 septembre 2015

New the CALP Network Online Training Course: “E-Transfers and operationalizing beneficiary data protection”

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With the increase in the use of electronic transfers (e-transfers) in the humanitarian sector, concerns regarding information management of beneficiaries’ data have risen among humanitarian agencies. Although there are principles and operational standards that provide a framework for the protection of...

3 septembre 2015

The role of Cash Working Group Coordinator: Focus on Bangladesh

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Multiple country cash working groups have emerged the past years to encourage the coordination of cash transfers across sectors. Eun Jung Yi, Coordinator of the Bangladesh Cash Working Group, presents some of the key achievements of the group within its first 12 months of existence.

3 septembre 2015

New Publication: “MARKit: Price monitoring, analysis and response kit”

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The Local Regional Procurement (LRP) Learning Alliance has launched a new publication “MARKit : Price monitoring , analysis and response kit” aimed to guide food assistance practitioners through the steps to monitor markets during the implementation of food assistance programs, and to ensure that...

24 août 2015

New publication: “MARKit: Price monitoring, analysis and response kit”.

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The Local Regional Procurement (LRP) Learning Alliance has launched a new publication “MARKit : Price monitoring , analysis and response kit” aimed to guide food assistance practitioners through the steps to monitor markets during the implementation of food assistance programs, and to ensure that...

24 août 2015

UNICEF’s Alternative Responses for Communities in Crisis (ARCC) programme – The largest Humanitarian Multi-Purpose Unconditional Cash Transfer Program in the DRC

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Cash-based Response programs have a long standing history as part of humanitarian response in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Gabriele Erba provides an insight into the ARCC programme and its operational research component looking into the consequence of using different delivery mechanisms and of...

9 juillet 2015

Oxfam inDadaga Village, Ouallum Province, Niger

Protection in Cash Based Interventions – Interviews with Richard Nunn and Lou Lasap

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As part of an ECHO-funded Enhanced Response Capacity grant, UNHCR in partnership with WFP, Oxfam GB and the Cash Learning Partnership held an inter-agency workshop on cash and protection in Nairobi on the 10-12th March. The workshop brought together cash and protection practitioners to reflect upon...

17 juin 2015

Cash Transfer and Community Resilience Programming in South Central Somalia

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The Building Resilience in Central Somalia (BRCiS) attempts to provide immediate humanitarian assistance as well as developing longer term local capacity through a combination of locally adapted cash-for-work and unconditional cash transfers.

10 octobre 2014

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