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Reviewing the Linkages between Gender, Market Assessments and Market-based Interventions
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...
Cash-Based Programming in South Sudan
This rapid review provides a synthesis of evaluations and learning reviews of cash-based programming in South Sudan. There is evidence that in South Sudan the cash-based programming help poor households address food needs and nutrition; and by injecting funds from vouchers, paid work, or grants into the...
Basic Needs Assessment Report BNA Pilot in Fafan zone, Ethiopia
The BNA in Ethiopia identified Tuliguled as the woreda where deprivation across all basic needs has the most severe humanitarian consequences for the population in the assessed sites . Babile and Kebribeyah were the next most affected. This situation was due mostly to insufficient purchasing power and...
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...
More Phones, More Transfers? A case study from Save the Children’s Emergency Food Security Program using Mobile Money in Bari, Nugaal, & Hiran Regions of Somalia
In 2016-2017, with funding from USAID/FFP, Save the Children implemented a project targeting over 10,000HH the Bari, Nugaal, and Hiran regions of Somalia with monthly cash transfers using Mobile Money a partnership with Golis and Hormuud. The project sought to improve the food security situation in the...
Cadre stratégique pour l’action
Guides et outils
Un resumé consolidé des engagements pris pour les Transferts Monétaires
Global Framework for Action
Guidelines and Tools
This framework provides a consolidated summary of the major commitments and recommendations made to improve cash transfer programming in humanitarian response during 2015 and 2016. It aggregates the core content of: the Grand Bargain, ECHO’s 10 Principles, the High Level Panel report, the Strategic Note...
Marco Global Para la Acción
Guía y herramientas
Este marco proporciona un resumen consolidado de los principales compromisos y recomendaciones hechas para mejorar los programas de transferencias monetarias† en la respuesta humanitaria durante 2015 y 2016. Agrega el contenido central de: la Gran Negociación (Grand Bargain), los 10 Principios de ECHO,...
Harnessing Digital Technology for Cash Transfer Programming in the Ebola Response. Lessons Learned from USAID/Office of Food for Peace Partners’ West Africa Ebola Responses (2015–2016)
Globally, the adoption of digital technology has grown alongside the increase in cash transfer programming (CTP), often through the use of e-transfers, in part because of the potential gains in accountability, efficiency (cost and time) and effectiveness. The 2015 High Level Panel on Cash Transfers...
Final Evaluation of the DiRECT Response Emergency Cash Transfer Programme in Zambia
In the past two years (2015 and 2016), Zambia experienced relatively harsh climatic conditions characterised by disruptive rains and the negative impact of El Nino weather patterns. Districts in the southern and western regions of the country were most affected. Many farmers in the affected regions were...
Will Elders Provide for Their Grandchildren? Unconditional Cash Transfers and Educational Expenditures in Bolivia
This paper takes advantage of repeated cross-section household surveys and a sharp discontinuity created by the introduction of an unconditional cash transfers to elders.The paper evaluates the impact of these cash transfers on the educational expenditures for children within a household. The analysis...
Emergency Response Programming – New Market-Analysis Skills Training Available [Eng/Fr/Arabic]
Market analysis is a core part of the suite of assessments that should help to inform all emergency response programming – these new courses will ensure you’re fully equipped with the knowledge you need to consider and work through local markets whenever possible.
Walking the talk: The Grand Bargain & Cash Transfer Programming
Cash Transfer Programming (CTP) is here to stay. The political battle has been won – cash is now accepted as part of the humanitarian response toolkit, and the will to increase its use is there. Now we need to bring this will to life, and turn our commitments into action.
Cash Transfers for Food Security in Epidemics
The report is divided into five chapters. The introduction provides a brief overview of the study’s objectives, data collection methods and a snapshot of the context in Liberia and Sierra Leone. The second chapter describes USAID/FFP’s response to the Ebola crisis with a particular focus on CTP....
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...
Early Lessons Learnt from Cash Transfer Interventions in Post Matthew Haiti
This technical report has twofold purposes, firstly to describe the main international evidence on cash transfer programing pertinent for the Haitian post Matthew emergency context; and secondly, to document the main lessons that can be learnt from the UNDP post Matthew cash transfer intervention. The...
Responding to Drought in Kenya Using Cash and Vouchers: Six Key Questions from Previous Experience
Guidelines and Tools
the CALP Network reviewed previous reports on the use of cash/vouchers in drought responses in Kenya and identified 100 lessons, recommendations and observations which deserve consideration by those involved in cash programming today. We have brought these down to six key questions which all donors and...
Shock-Responsive Social Protection Systems Research: Literature Review (2nd Edition)
DFID has commissioned research into Shock-Responsive Social Protection systems, to further understand the nature of the interaction between social protection, humanitarian and disaster risk management systems and ways in which long-term social protection systems can be scaled up to provide support in...
NFI Market Assessment Report – Somalia
The Shelter Cluster, through its regional coordinators rolled out NFI market assessments in six towns including Mogadishu, Kismayo, Bossaso, Baidoa and Dobley through a rapid mobile technology based market survey tool. The purpose of the survey was to establish where NFI markets exist and what items are...
Shock-Responsive Social Protection Systems Research Case study—Post-Haiyan Cash Transfers in the Philippines
This case study report focuses specifically on the experiences of using emergency cash transfers following Typhoon Haiyan and considers the wider social protection system, developments since Haiyan and future possibilities for shock-responsive social protection. A summary briefing note is published...