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Are there gendered impacts to multi-purpose cash transfers intended to build resilience? – Brief (Arabic)
The brief from the full report “The Gendered Dimension of Multi-Purpose Cash Supporting Disaster Resilience” in Arabic. This brief is extracting the specific gendered findings from a study on the impact of an EU funded project that used a “Cash Plus” approach, combining ten monthly multi-purpose...
Consultation on Cash and Voucher Assistance to the Main Spanish NGOs Funded by Aecid – Executive Summary
This executive report summarizes the results obtained from a study of the cash and voucher assistance (CVA) practices of eight Spanish NGOs in the field of humanitarian assistance. You can read the full report in Spanish here.
Harmonising registrations and identification in emergencies in Somalia
The study reveals that the collection of registration and identification data in Somalia is governed mainly by policies, guidelines and standard operating procedures developed by humanitarian agencies. Before collecting registration data, most humanitarian agencies select recipients through a two-step...
Gedeo and West Guji Multi-Sector Cash Based Response Guidance Note
Guidelines and Tools
With about 850, 000 people displaced in Gedeo zone (SNNP region) and another 200,000 in West Guji zone (Oromia region), at its height, the Gedeo-West Guji conflict was an unforeseen crisis that in its onset, overwhelmed local authorities and humanitarian partners. Despite the Government-led return...
An Assessment of ChildFund’s Emergency Cash Transfer Project in The Gambia
Review of ChildFund’s pilot cash transfer intervention using mobile money, assisting people displaced by political crisis. Includes description of project design, results, assessment, and recommendations for future cash-based interventions. Project participants appreciated the cash which they used to...
Moving Forward with Cash in Haiti: A Review of Cash-Based Interventions during Hurricane Matthew Response in Haiti
Mercy Corps, with funding from European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO) has conducted an extensive review of lessons learned and contextual data, combined with key informant interviews and workshops to compile, analyse and present core lessons from the Hurricane Matthew cash-based...
East and West Haraghe Multi-Sector Cash Based Response Guidance Note
Guidelines and Tools
Multi-sector cash assistance for IDPs in East and West Haraghe zones of Oromia region has been proposed as unrestricted cash transfers to conflict IDP recipients to meet their basic needs with flexibility and choice. Where the use of cash is feasible, unrestricted cash transfers can be implemented in...
Multi purpose cash and sectoral outcomes – Afghanistan case study
The repatriation cash grant has helped Afghan returnees from Pakistan to meet a number of basic needs upon return. The cash grant is used for transportation costs, to buy food and address important shelter needs, thus contributing to aspects of reintegration. At the same time, poor security of tenure and...
Seven Steps to Scaling Cash Relief: Driving Outcomes and Efficiency
Guidelines and Tools
As we approach the mid-point of our five-year strategy, this briefing explores the way in which the IRC has embraced cash relief programming and is seeking to drive efficiencies and maximise impact. It defines seven steps that the IRC has taken to scale cash relief. It goes on to argue that...
Targeting in social protection systems: comparative study on two “HEA” methods and a “PMT” targeting method for cash transfer programmes in Gao circle, Mali, 2016-17
Social safety nets are becoming a key instrument of povery reduction policies in Sub-Saharan Africa; they are a basic element of social protection systems that include adaptive social protection. Social protection systems aim to target both chronically poor households and those who are slightly better off...
Multi-purpose Cash and Sectoral Outcomes – Greece case study
Starting in 2015, the European Commission has been providing funding to support the humanitarian response in Greece through the Emergency Support to Integration & Accommodation’ (ESTIA) programme managed by its European Union Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid (ECHO). ESTIA is implemented by UNHCR...
Reflecting on the 2017 Drought Response and Cash Coordination in Kenya
This report brings together thoughts and reflections on the use of cash in the drought response in Kenya in 2017/18 and consider how cash coordination might be strengthened in future. These are from a half day learning event organised by the CALP Network in liaison with the Chair and Co-Chair of the Kenya...
Social Pensions and their Contribution to Economic Growth
This report for Uganda’s Expanding Social Protection programme details how old age pensions can be considered a foundation for a country’s strategic economic growth and the positive contribution pensions can have on individuals, families, communities and nations.
Review of Food for Peace Market-Based Emergency Food Assistance Programs Global Report
Efficient and effective use of humanitarian funds is critical to meet the emergency needs of as many people as possible, especially as emergencies in developing countries have become more numerous, complex, and protracted. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Office of Food for...
Mainstreaming Gender-Based Violence Considerations in Cash-Based Interventions: A Case Study from Lower Juba, Somalia
This case study provides an overview of assessment and monitoring activities
conducted by the Women’s Refugee Commission and Adeso to mainstream GBV considerations within Adeso’s CBI in Lower Juba.
Joint Emergency Cash Transfer for Dominicans Most Affected by Hurricane Maria Stocktaking Exercise Report
A workshop was organized in Roseau, Dominica on 3-4 May 2018, to bring together all the stakeholders involved at different levels and stages in the joint Emergency Cash Transfer programme that was implemented from December 2017 to March 2018 as part of the emergency response to Hurricane Maria. The report...
Review of Food for Peace Market-Based Emergency Food Assistance Programs: Sierra Leone Case Study Report
Sierra Leone represents a remarkable experiment in market-based emergency programming using unconditional cash transfers and some conditional cash transfers Sierra Leone reflects the challenges of providing food assistance in the wake of a major infectious disease epidemic. Food insecurity increased due...
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...
CTP in Challenging Contexts: Case Study on CTP and Risks in Yemen 2015–2018 – Summary
Yemen is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world, and has long suffered from poverty, instability and vulnerability. The conflict, which has unravelled since late 2014, and, more specifically, since March 2015, has left 22 million Yemenis in need of some kind of humanitarian assistance or...
Lessons Learnt from the Ebola Crisis in West Africa: a focus on Cash Transfer Programming
Beyond opportunities for CTP to support communities’ economic recovery, restore livelihoods and address food insecurity generated by epidemics, what are CTP applications that can facilitate / strengthen / speed up response to epidemics? Those recommendations have been put together by the CALP Network...