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Time for Change: Harnessing the Potential of Humanitarian Cash Transfers

Report

This synthesis report examines the effectiveness of humanitarian cash transfers in Ukraine, Iraq, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Mozambique and Nepal. These case studies are building on the work of the High Level Panel on Humanitarian Cash Transfers. The Panel concluded that cash transfers...

2017

Electronic Transfers in Humanitarian Assistance and Uptake of Financial Services

Report

The Electronic Cash Transfer Learning Action Network (ELAN) undertook case studies on humanitarian electronic transfer (‘e-transfer’) projects in Ethiopia, Zimbabwe and Bangladesh. The case studies examine the extent to which: recipients used digital financial services (e.g. money transfers, savings,...

2017

Research agenda-setting on cash programming for health and nutrition in humanitarian settings

Report

While the evidence base for cash transfer programming (CTP) in humanitarian contexts is more established for food security, it is very limited for health. The aim of this study was to develop a research agenda on CTP for health and nutrition in humanitarian settings.

2017

Policy Briefing: Electronic Transfers in Humanitarian Assistance and Uptake of Financial Services

Report

The Electronic Cash Transfer Learning Action Network (ELAN) undertook case studies on humanitarian electronic transfer (‘e-transfer’) projects in Ethiopia, Zimbabwe and Bangladesh. The case studies examine the extent to which: recipients used digital financial services (e.g. money transfers, savings,...

2017

Cash-Based Response- OECD Commitments into Action Series

Report

The use of cash in humanitarian response is not new. What is new, notably after the World Humanitarian Summit and the Grand Bargain, is the policy momentum for using cash as a primary option in responding to humanitarian needs. There is a growing body of evidence demonstrating its multiple benefits as...

2017

Cash transfer platforms in humanitarian contexts

Report

This report is based on ten days of desk-based research prepared for the Australian Government that aims to respond to the following questions: What is the rationale for using multi-purpose cash transfers and single platforms? What is driving donor agency positions on these issues? What is the evidence...

2017

A Review of Inter-Agency Collaboration for CTP Delivery

Report

Recent global initiatives have reaffirmed the potential for Cash-Transfer Programmes (CTP) to effectively and efficiently meet a wide range of disaster-affected populations’ needs while preserving dignity and choice. Although much work has been done in advocating for the benefits of CTP and enhancing...

2017

Cash for Education: A global review of UNHCR programmes in refugee settings

Report

This review provides an overview of the use of cash assistance in 45 cash-related education programmes in 21 UNHCR operations. It highlights the key opportunities and challenges with the use of cash for education and provides key direction for future programming and related protection considerations....

2017

Landscape Report: Mobile Money, Humanitarian Cash Transfers and Displaced Populations

Report

Over the past decade, natural disasters and complex emergencies have led to a sharp increase in the need for humanitarian assistance. By the end of 2015, an estimated 65.3 million people were forcibly displaced globally, due to conflict and persecution. That same year, natural disasters caused the...

2017

State of the World of Cash Framework for Action – Correspondences with global recommendations and commitments

Guidelines and Tools

The CALP Network is leading a process to aggregate and analyse the key commitments and recommendations from the major global processes undertaken recently, including the Grand Bargain, ECHO’s 10 principles on cash, the High Level Panel on Cash, Commitments, calls for action from the  Agenda for...

2017

Cash-based approaches in humanitarian emergencies A systematic review. April 2016

Report

Humanitarian actors have a responsibility to ensure that assistance is provided in a way that minimizes risks and maximizes benefits to people affected by crisis. However, there are many challenges in evaluating ‘what works’ in addressing the needs of crisis-affected populations, and translating...

April 2016

Can E-transfers Promote Financial Inclusion in Emergencies: A Case Study from Bangladesh

Report

The Electronic Cash Transfer Learning Action Network (ELAN) launched research to build an evidence base around connecting emergency electronic transfer (e-transfer) recipients with additional financial services. They wanted to learn if, when, and how e-transfers can promote sustained uptake and use...

2016

International Cash based assistance

Report

For more than 60 years, the United States provided assistance to food-insecure countries primarily in the form of food commodities procured in the United States and transported overseas. In recent years, the U.S.government has increasingly provided food assistance in the form of cash transfers or food...

2016

Cash and Markets In The WASH Sector

Report

Market based programming is increasingly heralded as having a critical place in the future of humanitarian programming. The proposed benefits of working through existing market systems include improvements to speed, efficiency and effectiveness of programming and increased beneficiary dignity and...

2016

Economic Impacts of Humanitarian Aid

Report

Humanitarian aid – whether in-kind or cash transfers – can have a significant economic impact. Potential positive effects include stimulating demand, supporting regeneration of local businesses, job creation and increased tax revenue for governments. Potential negative effects include price inflation,...

2016

Literature review on the Use of Cash in Shelter

Report

The Global Shelter Cluster (GSC) with support from UNHCR conducted this literature review of the use of cash in shelter programming to help assess how much documented evidence was currently available from within the sector. The objective of this study is to help better prepare the GSC and its members to...

2016

DFID Shock-Responsive Social Protection Systems research: Literature review

Report

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...

January 2016

Mobile Money Transfers – For Humanitarian Assistance & Development Programming: Service Provider Perspective

Report

This report summarizes findings from research on how digital payment services providers in Africa have worked with Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) customers to deliver digital payments to their program participants/beneficiaries in the context of providing humanitarian assistance and/or for...

2016

Research: Refugees Can Bolster a Region’s Economy

Report

The world’s refugee population has increased sharply in recent years, leading governments to argue over which countries should take in people displaced by war or other calamities. At the core of this debate is cost: refugees are usually considered an economic burden for the countries that take...

2016

Les transferts monétaires et la programmation à distance en situation d’urgence

Guides et outils

Dans des situations d’urgence où les acteurs humanitaires rencontrent de grandes difficultés d’accès, l’utilisation de programmes de transferts monétaires (PTM ou CPT en anglais pour Cash Transfer Programmes) présente un fort potentiel pour aider à fournir un soutien vital aux personnes les...

2016

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