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Cash or in-kind? Why not both? Response Analysis Lessons from Multimodal Programming

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This research reviews lessons learned about response analysis from multimodal responses, that is, responses in which practitioners determined that more than one response modality between cash,vouchers, and in-kind, was a “best fit” or in which the conclusions about “best fit” changed over...

2017

The Impact of Cash Transfers on Women and Girls

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This briefing summarises the findings on the impacts of cash transfers on women and girls. These are drawn from a rigorous review of the evidence looking at the impacts of cash transfers across six outcome areas (Bastagli et al., 2016). The review covered literature spanning 15 years (2000–2015). It...

2017

Cash-based transfers. Analytical Paper on WHS Self-Reporting on the Agenda for Humanity

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Forty-three stakeholders reported on World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) commitments related to cash-based transfers (CBT). Self-reports indicate that cash is increasingly a preferred option, when appropriate, taking into account context and feasibility considerations. Cash programming is being streamlined...

2017

The State of Evidence on Social Cash Transfers in Africa. Transfer Project Workshop Brief 2017

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The annual workshop of the Transfer Project, “The State of Evidence on Social Cash Transfers in Africa” focused on new challenges arising from moving from fragmented programmes to integrated social protection systems, combining cash transfers with complementary (also referred to as ‘plus’)...

2017

How to Make ‘Cash Plus’ Work: Linking Cash Transfers to Services and Sectors

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The broad-ranging benefits of cash transfers are now widely recognized. However, the evidence base highlights that they often fall short in achieving longer-term and second-order impacts related to nutrition, learning outcomes and morbidity.In recognition of these limitations, several ‘cash...

2017

Time for Change: Harnessing the Potential of Humanitarian Cash Transfers

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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