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Mobile Cash Transfer for Pilot for PSNP clients, in Ethiopia
The study aimed to understand mobile cash transfer effectiveness and satisfaction level of PSNP clients during the three rounds (January to March) e-payment in 2018 in Amhara Region, Ethiopia, East Africa.
How Cash and Food Transfers and Asset Creation Can Contribute to Women’s Empowerment: Learning from Niger, Kenya and Zimbabwe
From ‘Collected Papers on Gender and Cash Transfer Programmes in Humanitarian Contexts’. Existing gender inequalities mean that disasters and conflicts impact women, men, girls and boys differently. Cash based assistance is one of the most significant developments in humanitarian assistance in recent...
Multi-Purpose Cash Grant – A collaborative model for North-East Nigeria
In recent years, there is an increasing commitment from donors and humanitarian actors to use cash transfers as a response modality where appropriate to meet multiple needs of the affected population in rapid onset and protracted emergencies. There is growing evidence that cash transfers give people...
Evaluation of the 2017 Somalia Humanitarian Cash-Based Response
After several years of poor rainfall, the humanitarian community responded to a famine alert issued in January 2017 with a significant scale-up of funding and programmes. Having originally published a 2017 Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) in November 2016, by May 2017, the Somalia Humanitarian Country...
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...
“Min Ila” cash transfer program for displaced Syrian children in Lebanon
“Min Ila” is a cash transfer program that was implemented by UNICEF and the United Nation’s World Food Program (WFP) in coordination with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEHE), between 2016 and 2018 covering two (and later three) Lebanese governorates. The program, also known as...
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...
Emergency Response Capacity (ERC) Consortium – Ethiopia: Building an evidence base on operational models for the delivery of CTP
The Emergency Response Capacity (ERC) Consortium for the Uptake of MPGs is formed by Save the Children, the CALP Network, Danish Refugee Council, Mercy Corps, and OCHA with ECHO financing. Its primary aim is the improvement of capacity, coordination and evidence for multi-purpose cash grants through the...