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Transferts monétaires à usages multiples

Les transferts monétaires à usages multiples donnent aux personnes affectées par une crise la flexibilité et la dignité de choisir la manière dont elles satisferont leurs besoins. Les acteurs humanitaires doivent cependant trouver de nouvelles manières de travailler ensemble pour les incorporer efficacement au système humanitaire.

Les transferts monétaires à usages multiples sont des transferts monétaires non affectés que les personnes vivant en situation de crise peuvent utiliser pour couvrir leurs besoins essentiels. Par nature, il s’agit de la modalité d’aide qui offre le plus de choix, de flexibilité et de dignité aux bénéficiaires. De plus en plus de données montrent qu’il est plus pertinent en termes d’optimisation des coûts et de rapport coût/résultat de répondre à plusieurs besoins à la fois.

Cependant, cette modalité exige aussi des acteurs humanitaires qu’ils mettent en place de nouvelles manières de collaborer, à toutes les étapes du cycle de programme, et entre secteurs. Même s’il existe des outils fiables pour faciliter la collaboration, ils ne sont pas mis en œuvre à grande échelle et le recours aux transferts monétaires à usages multiples est encore ponctuel. Il reste à relever plusieurs défis si nous souhaitons intégrer efficacement les transferts monétaires à usages multiples au système humanitaire.

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