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Human Mobility, Locally Led Response and CVA: Case studies in Ecuador and Peru
Context and justification The studies carried out by CALP, People are on the move: Can the world of CVA keep up? Analysis of cash transfer programs in human mobility contexts in the Americas (2022) and on the Feasibility of a route-based approach for cash and voucher assistance in the Americas (2023),...
The State of Humanitarian Cash and Voucher Assistance in the Americas 2018-2023
Overview CALP seeks to review the state of humanitarian CVA in the Americas from 2018-2023. The review process will include an interactive online event where CALP’s network can contribute to the final report, particularly looking at the way forward in the humanitarian community. OBJECTIVE The main...
Comparing effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of cash plus interventions in preventing acute malnutrition in Somalia
Save the Children and Johns Hopkins University (JHU) are researching what combinations and durations of assistance are most effective and cost-effective to prevent severe and moderate acute malnutrition. To increase access to food and prevent wasting, Save the Children, funded by USAID’s Bureau for...
Payment solution selection framework for CVA implementors
This research will allow the organizations that implement cash and voucher assistance (CVA) programs, to understand the choices when it comes to selecting payment solutions and make decisions based on recipients’ preferences, this work will cover the breadth of payment solutions available to CVA...
Cash Modalities in Migration Programming in the Sahel
The broad objective of this research project is to find out if and how cash transfer programming impacts migrants’ decisions to migrate and demonstrate the substantial impact of cash use in the Red Cross movement’ humanitarian response (and beyond) in three countries, Burkina Faso, Chad, and...
Operational research on GBV risk mitigation in relation to CVA in humanitarian settings
The Global Women’s Institute at George Washington University and UNFPA have launched a collaboration to examine GBV risk mitigation in relation to CVA in humanitarian settings in order to (a) further corroborate the presence of GBV risks to women and girls in current CVA programming; and b) develop...
Adapting cash and voucher assistance (CVA) in contexts of high inflation and depreciation in Africa
The purpose of this work is to support cash working groups to convene relevant stakeholders to agree on actions to take leading to clear predictable processes for adapting cash programming in line with market trends and inflation at country level.
Payments in hard-to-reach places: Recommendations, tools and leverages for implementing organisations
The Sahel region is increasingly affected by conflict, climate shocks, chronic vulnerabilities and endemic poverty that are putting millions at risk. An increasing number of the vulnerable people in the Sahel live in hard-to-reach areas, away from infrastructure such as roads or phone signal, in insecure...
Feasibility of using a CVA with a “route-approach” in select contexts in the Americas
This research will build upon CALP’s 2022 study People are on the move: Can the world of CVA keep up? Analysis of the use of CVA in the context of human mobility in the Americas which looked at the issue of CVA used for people on the move. One of the findings from the study was that there is a need to...
Providing Entrepreneurship Training and Cash Business Grants to Venezuelan Migrants in Peru
More than 20,000 individuals across households who receive SC’s emergency cash support will be offered entrepreneurship training and grants. SC will randomly assign 2,700 individuals amongst those who expressed an interest to receive business trainings. Upon completion of these trainings, SC will invite...
DigCBA: Responsible Use of Digital Cash-based Assistance in Refugee Crises
DigCBA aims to support the selection and the use of the most feasible and suitable digital technology for delivering CBA in the refugee crisis. The DigCBA’s objective is to develop a set of evidence-based frameworks to assess the contextual characteristics, evaluate the readiness of actors, and...
Institute of Development Studies
BASIC (better assistance in crises) research is a 3.5 year FCDO funded programme. It aims to inform policy and programming on how to help poor and vulnerable people cope better with crises and meet their basic needs through more effective social assistance in contexts of recurrent shocks, climate crises,...