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Introduction à la Programmation Basée sur les Marchés dans les Interventions Humanitaires en Wash

Guides et outils

En mai-juin 2020, PRO-WASH, le Global WASH Cluster et le CALP Network ont co-organisé une série de webinaires sur l’introduction à la programmation basée sur les marchés (MBP) dans les interventions humanitaires en WASH. Les enregistrements et présentations PowerPoint de cette série...

22 juillet 2020

Cash Working Group Leads Meeting Report – March 2020

Report

The Cash Working Group leads/co-leads meeting is a forum intended to provide a space for reflection, peer learning and developing solutions to shared challenges. This year’s meeting agenda and content were guided by requests from and contributions by participants. This report summarizes the discussions...

March 2020

A Meeting of Cash Working Group Leads: Learning, ideas and recommendations from Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Uganda, Zimbabwe and the Southern Africa Regional Group

Report

Cash Working Group (CWG) leads representing 10 CWGs from East and Southern Africa (nine country-based and one regional) met in Nairobi on 3-4 October 2018 to discuss lessons learned, share challenges and propose solutions. This report includes thoughts and recommendations related to managing CWGs; ideas...

2018

The Impact of Social Cash Transfer Programmes on Community Dynamics in Sub-Saharan Africa

Report

Social cash transfer programmes are on the rise in sub-Saharan Africa, building on the momentum generated by the African Union’s 2008 Social Policy Framework Plan of Action. This plan motivated member countries to develop their own social policy frameworks and to give greater priority to social...

23 février 2015

The Economic Impacts of Cash Transfer Programmes in Sub-Saharan Africa

Report

This brief brings together the critical mass of evidence that has emerged from recent rigorous impact evaluations of government-run cash transfer programmes in sub-Saharan Africa. Most, but not all, of the programmes belong to the Transfer Project, a community of practice created to share lessons,...

2014

Étude de cas du CALP Network – Soutien au relèvement économique des foyers urbains dans la ville de Karoi, au Zimbabwe

Rapport

Dans la zone urbaine de Karoi, au Zimbabwe, Save the Children a allié des programmes d’argent contre travail au soutien des moyens de subsistance pour répondre aux besoins alimentaires immédiats et soutenir le relèvement économique des familles en situation de pauvreté. Le projet a utilisé des...

2014

Pilots, principles or patronage: what makes social protection succeed in southern Africa?

Report

The Regional Hunger and Vulnerability Programme (RHVP) has commissioned studies of 20 social transfer schemes and a range of thematic papers on the conceptualisation, design, implementation and impacts of social protection programmes in six southern African countries: Lesotho, Malawi....

2014

Africa Social Protection Policy Briefs – Affordability and Financing of Social Protection Systems

Report

Social protection spending as a share of each national economy tends to increase as the country’s per capita income rises and as the coverage and scope of its social protection programs increase. Overall spending on social protection in Africa is low by international standards (see box below), and these...

2014

The Impact of the Harmonized Social Cash Transfer Programme (HSCT) in Zimbabwe on the Local Economy

Report

Local economy-wide impact evaluation (LEWIE) simulation methods are used to assess the likely impacts of cash transfers on the local economy. When the Harmonized Social Cash Transfer Programme gives money to beneficiary households, they spend it, buying goods and services. As this cash swirls around...

2014

Household-Based Cash Transfer Targeting Strategies in Zimbabwe: Are we reaching the most vulnerable children?

Report

Census data, collected in July 2009, from 27,672 children were used to compare the effectiveness, coverage and efficacy of three household-based methods for targeting cash transfers to vulnerable children in eastern Zimbabwe: targeting the poorest households using a wealth index; targeting HIV affected...

2012

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

Richer but Resented: What do cash transfers do to social relations and does it matter?

Report

This paper looks at how social protection cash transfers are evaluated primarily in terms of poverty reduction or human capital, with their impact on social relations being under-examined. The authors examine case studies from Kenya, Malawi and Zimbabwe, and argue that the impact of cash transfers on...

2011

Helpdesk Research Report: Financing and Cost-effectiveness of Cash Transfer Schemes

Report

Query: What does the evidence base on the costing, financing and cost effectiveness of cash transfer schemes tell us? Cash transfers are a form of social assistance in which money or cash-like instruments (e.g. vouchers) are distributed to vulnerable individuals or households. They can vary in targeting...

2011