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Risque

Pour que les acteurs humanitaires prennent systématiquement en considération les transferts monétaires lors de la conception d’une intervention, nous devons gérer les perceptions et idées reçues laissant penser qu’il s’agit d’une forme d’intervention plus risquée que d’autres.

Le rapport « La situation mondiale des transferts monétaires » du CaLP Network indique que l’idée selon laquelle les transferts monétaires seraient plus risqués que d’autres formes d’aide est l’une des barrières principales à l’utilisation fréquente de cette modalité. Ces craintes sont liées à l’insistance de plus en plus franche des bailleurs concernant la lutte contre le terrorisme et contre le blanchiment d’argent, et à l’amenuisement des budgets destinés à l’assistance humanitaire. Le travail du CALP Network sur cette problématique vise à combattre les idées reçues, à faciliter la collaboration et à partager les apprentissages afin de veiller à ce que les transferts monétaires soient systématiquement considérés, tout comme d’autres modalités, en fonction des données probantes disponibles sur les risques réels de toutes les modalités.

Priorités actuelles

Plusieurs organisations travaillent actuellement sur les risques entraînés par les transferts monétaires. Le CALP Network cherche à identifier les synergies entre acteurs, à éviter les duplications et à définir des priorités communes sur lesquelles nous pourrions agir plus efficacement en groupe. Avec le PAM, le CALP Network co-dirige l’élément Risques, priorité du chantier du Grand Bargain sur les transferts monétaires.

Contenu récent

DG ECHO Thematic Policy Document on Cash Transfers

Policy paper

DG ECHO released its Thematic Policy document on Cash Transfers in March 2022. The document provides guidance primarily to DG ECHO’s partners and staff, but also to the wider cash community with the objective of collectively enhancing the quality and efficiency of cash programmes and of humanitarian...

22 mars 2022

Digital identity, biometrics and inclusion in humanitarian responses to refugee crises

Report

Digital identity and biometrics have long been divisive topics in the humanitarian sector. On the one hand, they have the potential to be more inclusive and reach people in need at scale due to perceived efficiency gains. A legal identity for everyone as part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)...

6 octobre 2021

Transferts Monétaires (TM): Votre rôle en tant que coordinatrice VBG

Guides et outils

Le Bureau humanitaire de l’UNFPA et la Domaine de responsabilité VBG ont élaboré ces orientations sur le thème « TM – Votre rôle de Coordinateur des VBG » à l’intention des responsables et des partenaires du groupe de coordination violence basée sur le genre (VBG) intervenant dans des...

15 juillet 2021

Refugee checking money received during a cash distribution

Screening recipients of humanitarian cash and voucher assistance: necessary precaution or wasted resources?

Blog Post

Is screening the recipients of humanitarian cash and voucher assistance an effective way to mitigate against the perceived diversion risk that cash represents? If yes, how? If not, why are conversations growing on the topic? In a recent report for Oxfam and Bond, Nina Newhouse & colleagues from the London...

14 juillet 2021

GBV Risk Mitigation: An Analysis of the CARE Somalia Integrated Relief &Recovery Program (ISRP) Multipurpose Cash.

Report

This is a learning brief that highlights the GBV risk mitigation analysis of CARE’s ISRP Project (Economic Recovery Sector ) funded by USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA), The CARE Project was applied as one of the case studies for the inter-agency Somalia GBV Risk mapping in CVA projects.

31 mai 2021

SPACE Social protection and climate change: scaling up ambition (Summary Brief)

Policy paper

Climate change, once perceived as a long-term environmental issue, is now an immediate threat to safety and prosperity, especially for the most vulnerable people that are hit hardest by increasing weather extremes. The impacts cannot be managed just by reducing greenhouse gas emissions or by small tweaks...

31 mai 2021

Forecast based financing – lessons learned on early actions with cash transfers

Report

The objective of the document is to present the lessons learned related to the implementation of early actions with cash transfers as part of the forecast-based financing mechanism implemented by the World Food Programme in the Yaque del Norte watershed in the Dominican Republic.

27 mai 2021

Rapid Market Assessment and Price Monitoring Report – Huehuetenango Department Guatemala

Report

Methodology: This rapid assessment of markets and prices was based on an adapted version of the IFRC’s Rapid Assessment for Markets, elements of the EMMA toolkit’s market system approach and the consortium of NGO’s price monitoring format. The methodology was chosen to give a basic and rapid...

21 avril 2021

“Doing no harm” in the digital age: What the digitalization of cash means for humanitarian action

Policy paper

Cash transfers have changed the way the humanitarian sector delivers assistance, and at the same time, digitalization is changing the way our world works in fundamental ways. The digitalization of cash means that the simple click of a button can put money in the hands of hundreds of thousands, if not...

18 mars 2021

Sudan – Gedaref Joint Cash Risk assessment

Report

Since the crisis in the Tigray region of Ethiopia in November 2020 over 60,000 people have sought refuge in neighbouring Sudan and were mostly accommodated in camps re-established in Gedaref State. Cash is has been utilised as a response modality and is being considered further by several agencies. This...

17 février 2021

2020 Cash and Voucher Programming (CVP): Roadmap and milestone achieved

Report

In 2020, World Vision has implemented cash and voucher programming like never before – not least due to the COVID-19 pandemic and related social protection transfer scale-ups. From 2019 to 2020, we have seen a 28 % increase of our cash, voucher based programming, moving towards enabling affected...

22 janvier 2021

Towards shock-responsive social protection: lessons from the COVID-19 response in Bangladesh

Report

The COVID-19 crisis is likely to have a staggering impact on poverty in Bangladesh. This report documents the social protection responses by the Government of Bangladesh to mitigate the impact of the pandemic on vulnerable populations. Analysing factors that enabled and constrained the effectiveness of...

20 janvier 2021