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COVID-19 et transferts monétaires : ressources, orientations, événements et questions

Credit: Columbia University in the City of New York

Nous espérons que vous tenez à l’abri en ces temps incertains. Alors que le COVID-19 continue de se propager dans le monde entier, il semble que chaque communauté sera touchée d’une manière ou d’une autre, que ce soit directement par le virus ou par ses répercussions économiques et autres.

Il y a eu beaucoup de discussions au sein du réseau CaLP sur ce que la pandémie signifie pour l’utilisation des Transferts Monétaires et pour les opérations des membres du CaLP.

Orientations et ressources

 

 

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Evaluation and Review of the Use of Cash and Vouchers in Humanitarian Crises

Report

This report is the second of two reports commissioned by DG ECHO to support the development of a coherent policy regarding the use of cash and vouchers in humanitarian crises. The first report evaluated DG ECHO’s partners’ use of cash and vouchers. This second report reviews cash and voucher...

2011

Gender Tip Sheet for UNICEF’s Cash Transfer Programme in the Horn of Africa Crisis

Guidelines and Tools

The content for this note was drawn primarily from  Walking the Talk: Cash Transfers and Gender Dynamics, prepared by Carol Brady, commissioned by Concern Worldwide and Oxfam GB, 12 May, 2011. Drafted for UNICEF staff, this note outlines gender-related lessons learned from past CTPs and provides tips on...

2011

DFID Cash Transfers Literature Review

Report

This paper provides a synthesis of current global evidence on the impact of cash transfers in developing countries, and of what works in different contexts, or for different development objectives. Cash transfers are direct, regular and predictable non-contributory cash payments that help poor and...

2011

Rapport de l’évaluation finale de cash Transfert dans les Départements de Tessaoua et Aguié 2010

Rapport

Ceci est le rapport final d’un programme de « cash for training » (argent contre formation) qui a eu lieu en 2010 dans les départements de Tessaoua et Aguié au Niger. Le rapport résume les activités realisés, les objectifs, les résultats attendus et la méthodologie du programme, et...

2011

Cash Transfers in Sierra Leone: Appropriate, Affordable and Feasible?

Report

This paper is one of a series of outputs from ODI’s research study (2006–09) “Cash Transfers and their Role in Social Protection”. The study aims to compare cash with other forms of transfers, identifying where cash transfers may be preferable, the preconditions for cash transfers to work well,...

2011

Rebuilding homes and livelihoods in Jamaica after Hurricane Dean

Report

This case study of a Red Cross livelihoods recovery programme following Hurricane Dean in Jamaica looks at the type of assistance offered to beneficiaries through cash vouchers to purchase fishing nets, boat repair materials, seeds, fertilisers or chicks. Support from the French Red Cross is highlighted,...

2011

Dowa Emergency Cash Transfer, Malawi

Report

This case study looks at the innovative Concern Worldwide project which provided monthly cash transfers to beneficiary households using smartcards utilising mobile ATMs to deliver the cash. The report examines the choice of programme delivery mechanism, the targeting of beneficiaries, coordination, cost...

2011

Determining the Value of Cash Transfers – Preliminary Insights from LIME

Report

In 2009, the multi donor funded Protracted Relief Programme (PRP) adopted LIME (Longitudinal approaches to Impact assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation) as the approach to be used both for establishing a PRP baseline and for on-going analysis of monitoring data in order to evaluate the effectiveness of...

2011

Learning from cash responses to the tsunami: Issue Paper 5: Livelihoods Recovery

Report

This is the fifth of six issue papers which form part of a project to document learning around cash based responses to the Indian Ocean tsunami. The project was funded by the British Red Cross, Save the Children UK, Oxfam GB, Mercy Corps and Concern Worldwide. This Issue Paper looks at the use of cash in...

2011

Walking the Talk: Cash transfers and gender dynamics

Report

Concern Worldwide (Concern) and Oxfam GB (Oxfam) jointly commissioned this report to look at the impacts of cash transfers (CTs) on gender dynamics both within households and communities. This report was commissioned because of the agencies’ concerns that while CTs, now being used in many different...

2011