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Cash Transfer Programming in Armed Conflict: The ICRC’s Experience
Money is the main means of survival for most people around the world. That remains the case in situations of armed conflict, when having cash to buy essential goods can mean the difference between life and death.
The ICRC’s experience shows that cash is an essential tool in humanitarian action in armed...
The Role of Cash Transfers in Social Protection, Humanitarian Response and Shock-Responsive Social Protection
Guidelines and Tools
Cash transfers have expanded rapidly in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) around the world in the past decade. The contexts in which they are implemented have also diversified; while cash transfers were mostly adopted initially as central elements of social protection systems, they have become...
Lessons Learnt and Recommendations for Cash-for-Shelter Programmes in the Democratic Republic of Congo
This document provides an overview of how cash and voucher assistance is being used by shelter partners in DRC and details the lessons learnt to-date. It goes on to put forward recommendations and opportunities to strengthen cash and market-based programming in the shelter/housing sector there. An...
Définition des Paniers de Dépenses Minimum (MEB) en Afrique de L’Ouest
Au cours de l’année 2017, 5 pays d’Afrique de l’Ouest ont lancé un travail collectif de définition du panier de dépenses minimum, afin de mieux comprendre la contribution de l’aide humanitaire à la couverture des besoins de base des populations affectées et d’améliorer son impact. Ce...
Response options analysis and planning for Fafan zone (Somali region, Ethiopia)
Guidelines and Tools
Between October 2017 and March 2018, the Consortium began the pilot in Ethiopia with the aim of providing technical and strategic support to country-based humanitarian organisations, enabling them to engage in collaborative assessments and decision making. Whilst the Consortium has not been conceived to...
Mozambique Rapid Market Assessment
Mozambique is a country prone to natural disasters, most markedly floods, cyclones, pest and disease outbreaks and frequent droughts. These regularly exacerbate the underlying poverty and food security situation and cause major damage and set back economic growth in disaster-affected areas. Meteorological...
Increasing resilience to natural disasters with cash-based interventions
This report presents recommendations for the ongoing development and improvement of CTP in emergency preparedness and response in Vietnam. It is hoped that these best practices, lessons learned and recommendations will contribute to the wider global discussions on the use and impact of CTP to increase...
Definition of Minimum Expenditure Baskets (MEB) in West Africa
Throughout 2017, five countries in West Africa have worked collectively to define minimum expenditure baskets, in order to better capture the contribution that humanitarian assistance is making to address the basic needs of affected populations, and improve the impact of assistance. This heavy process...
Inter-Agency Joint Cash Study: Market Functionality and Community Perception of Cash Based Assistance – Yemen
Since 2015, conflict in Yemen has left 3 million people displaced and over half of the population food insecure, and has destroyed much of the country’s infrastructure. As of July 2017, much of the population had lost their primary source of income, 46% lacked access to a free improved water source and...
Supporting markets in emergencies. Scoping study
A review of recent humanitarian interventions that support local markets in emergency contexts revealed a limited scope and breadth of this type of activity. While many agencies show good creativity and understanding of market systems in emergencies, most activities are in the form of small grants to...