CaLP-Asia Pacific Regional Cash Working Group learning event report
On 20-22 May, 27 cash working group (CWG) coordinators and regional technical focal points convened from Afghanistan, Fiji, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, the Pacific region, the...
Addressing Customer Due Diligence Obligations to Promote Rohingya Financial Inclusion
This report seeks to demonstrate that viable solutions exist for undocumented refugees, and outlines successful examples in different contexts whereby alternative KYC approaches have been...
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More than roads: Using markets to feed the hungry in Nepal
This report, based on research in Nepal, focuses on the importance of markets and road infrastructure, which could be used to inform longer term food security strategies. The report goes through the basis of the research, the context of the market environment and highlights the services provided and the...
The Haiti Earthquake: An Urban Solution
This case study looks at the Oxfam economic and livelihood recovery programme following the devastating earthquake in early 2010. A range of cash transfer programming was implemented after a detailed assessment was carried out. The report goes through the assessment stages, details the programme...
Cash Preparedness in Vietnam
A presentation from the CaLP Global Learning Event, addressing Save the Children’s Preparedness in Vietnam Bangkok, February 16-17, 2011. Topics include: Emergency preparedness Cash intervention design Lessons learned
Voucher Fairs: A Quick Delivery Guide (screen version)
Guidelines and Tools
A Quick Delivery Guide to using voucher fairs to implement a market-based emergency response. Prepared as a practical tool, this guide provides a brief synthesis of the necessary preconditions and advantages and disadvantages of using voucher fairs. It also provides practical implementation tips.
Prévenir la corruption dans les opérations humanitaires : Guide de poche des bonnes pratiques
L’aide humanitaire vise à sauver des vies et soulager la souffrance des populations en temps de crise. Pourtant, ces nobles ambitions n’immunisent pas les réponses d’urgences contre les cas de corruption. Pour répondre à cette inquiétude, TI a lancé en 2005 un programme dont l’objectif est...
The Use of Cash Transfers in Livestock Emergencies and their Incorporation into Livestock Emergency Guidelines and Standards (LEGS)
Guidelines and Tools
This paper reviews the use of cash transfers within the livestock sector and suggests how they can be incorporated into and support Livestock Emergency Guidelines and Standards (LEGS). The paper’s structure reflects the stages of the LEGS Handbook as these in turn reflect good project cycle management....
Oxfam Programme Quality Standards: Cash transfer programmes (CTPs)
Guidelines and Tools
Through its Emergency Food Security and Vulnerable Livelihoods (EFSVL) work, Oxfam aims to meet immediate food needs and protect livelihoods, whilst contributing to the longer term economic recovery of disaster affected populations and increasing their resilience to future shocks. Oxfam believes that...
The Cash Learning Partnership 4th Global Learning Event: Global Innovations and Lessons Learned from Response in South and South-East Asia (Complete workshop notes)
The 4th CaLP Global Learning Event was held in Bangkok, Thailand on the 16th and 17th February 2011, hosted by the CaLP in partnership with the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC). This inter-agency event was designed to present the latest thinking and...
No Small Change: Oxfam GB Malawi and Zambia Emergency Cash Transfer Projects: a Synthesis of key learning
This learning document uses Oxfam GB’s experience of emergency cash transfer programming in Malawi and Zambia to draw out some important lessons in using cash. It examines the two programmes and the findings of the evaluations and asks the question “is cash more cost-effective than food aid”?...
Korogocho cash transfer initiative: supporting ‘Transformative Social Protection’ in the Kenyan urban slums
This case study looks at Concern Worldwide’s work with the Kenyan government to introduce the concept of transformative social protection (which acknowledges that vulnerability is not only related to income, and seeks to complement cash transfers with components addressing further vulnerabilities) to...