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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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Humanitarian Cash Coordination

95 Organisations Sign Letter Calling for Strengthened Cash Coordination

News

Today a letter signed by 95 organisations was handed into the Emergency Relief Coordinator (ERC) urging the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) to take a decision on the leadership and scope of cash coordination in the coming year.

Appel à l’action: Résolution de la situation de coordination des transferts monétaires au sein de l’architecture humanitaire

Rapport

9 juin 2021

Review of environmental impact of Cash Based Interventions and in-kind assistance

Report

This document presents the main findings and recommendations from an Arup review commissioned by UNHCR on the environmental impact of Cash-Based Interventions (CBIs) and in-kind assistance. It aims to fill a gap in humanitarian assistance knowledge, and to strengthen the ability of humanitarians to take...

8 juin 2021

Environmental checklist Review of environmental impact of Cash Based Interventions and in-kind assistance

Guidelines and Tools

This checklist has been developed based on the findings of the UNHCR study on
the Environmental Impacts of Cash Based Interventions (CBIs), to support multifunctional teams in charge of implementing cash assistance

8 juin 2021

Global CWG Terms of Reference – 2021

Guidelines and Tools

The Global Cash Working Group (GCWG) (formerly the Geneva-based Cash Working Group (GbCWG)) was initially formed by practitioners in 2013 and led by ICRC and CaLP. In order to reflect a more inclusive and representative leadership arrangement and recognizing the workload considerations from previous...

8 juin 2021

Annex CaLP MENA study CVA for Health examples 2021

Guidelines and Tools

This protected spreadsheet is the accompanying Annex to the CaLP study A ‘Stocktake’ of CVA for Health Outcomes in the MENA Region: Moving from Evidence to Practice’ and provides further details of the projects studied in the stocktaking exercise.

2 juin 2021

Looking Through an Environmental Lens – Implications and opportunities for Cash Transfer Programming in humanitarian response

Report

This study reviews the tensions between the use of cash-like assistance and negative environmental impacts in the humanitarian assistance process and defines a diagnostic framework for assessing these impacts to define how to make assistance transfers in a way which minimizes the potential for negative...

2 juin 2021

Somalia CVA Case Study: Cash and Voucher Assistance and Gender-Based Violence Risk Mitigation

Report

In order to better understand the potential risks for women and girls that may be created by the provision of humanitarian cash assistance, Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) and Gender-Based Violence (GBV) experts from Somalia worked closely together to evaluate existing CVA interventions in Somalia and...

1 juin 2021

June 2021 Global Cash Working Group Presentation Slides

Presentation

This slide deck is a combination of the slides presented by the Global Cash Working Group, as well as the slides from the presenters.

1 juin 2021

SPACE Gender and Social Protection in the COVID-19 Economic Recovery: Opportunities and Challenges

Policy paper

This paper analyses the potential contribution of social protection to a gender-transformative economic recovery over the medium term, defined as running from the present to the end of 2022. It builds on the existing Social Protection Approaches to COVID-19 Expert (SPACE) advice publication; SPACE Social...

31 mai 2021