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CaLP provides coordination, technical and policy support for organizations implementing or considering cash and voucher assistance region. CaLP’s regional office is at Oxfam International, Amman, Jordan.

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Guide Pratique Des Programmes De Transferts Monetaires En Situations D’urgence

Rapport

Un coupon est un document papier, un bon ou une carte électronique qui peut être échangé contre une quantité ou une valeur définie de produits ou de services. Les coupons sont généralement des bons d’achat (coupons espèces / bons en espèces) à la valeur monétaire définie (par ex. : 15 $),...

2011

Cash Transfers in Sierra Leone: Appropriate, Affordable and Feasible?

Report

This paper is one of a series of outputs from ODI’s research study (2006–09) “Cash Transfers and their Role in Social Protection”. The study aims to compare cash with other forms of transfers, identifying where cash transfers may be preferable, the preconditions for cash transfers to work well,...

2011

Rebuilding homes and livelihoods in Jamaica after Hurricane Dean

Report

This case study of a Red Cross livelihoods recovery programme following Hurricane Dean in Jamaica looks at the type of assistance offered to beneficiaries through cash vouchers to purchase fishing nets, boat repair materials, seeds, fertilisers or chicks. Support from the French Red Cross is highlighted,...

2011

Dowa Emergency Cash Transfer, Malawi

Report

This case study looks at the innovative Concern Worldwide project which provided monthly cash transfers to beneficiary households using smartcards utilising mobile ATMs to deliver the cash. The report examines the choice of programme delivery mechanism, the targeting of beneficiaries, coordination, cost...

2011

Determining the Value of Cash Transfers – Preliminary Insights from LIME

Report

In 2009, the multi donor funded Protracted Relief Programme (PRP) adopted LIME (Longitudinal approaches to Impact assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation) as the approach to be used both for establishing a PRP baseline and for on-going analysis of monitoring data in order to evaluate the effectiveness of...

2011

Learning from cash responses to the tsunami: Issue Paper 5: Livelihoods Recovery

Report

This is the fifth of six issue papers which form part of a project to document learning around cash based responses to the Indian Ocean tsunami. The project was funded by the British Red Cross, Save the Children UK, Oxfam GB, Mercy Corps and Concern Worldwide. This Issue Paper looks at the use of cash in...

2011

Walking the Talk: Cash transfers and gender dynamics

Report

Concern Worldwide (Concern) and Oxfam GB (Oxfam) jointly commissioned this report to look at the impacts of cash transfers (CTs) on gender dynamics both within households and communities. This report was commissioned because of the agencies’ concerns that while CTs, now being used in many different...

2011

Cash-For-Work in Somalia: Linking relief to recovery

Policy paper

In complex emergency situations such as that in Somalia, marred by violence, destitution and famine, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations has managed to implement a large cash-for-work (CFW) programme. The programme provides emergency relief while building the base for...

2011

Preventing Gender-Based Violence, Building Livelihoods: Guidance and tools for improved programming

Guidelines and Tools

Conflict and displacement destroy livelihoods and force people to adopt new strategies to support themselves. New livelihood strategies can increase the risk of gender-based violence (GBV). Women often have no safety net; they usually flee with few resources and little preparation and may become...

2011

Seeking Acceptance: The Promise of Cash in High-Risk Areas

Report

Somalia is one of the world’s most insecure states with a protracted conflict that continues to profoundly affect its civilians. Thirty-two percent of the Somali population – or 2.4 million of its 7.5 million people – is currently in need of humanitarian assistance (FSNAU, 2011a). The needs are...

2011