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Oxfam GB

Oxfam GB’s experience of using cash transfer programming in humanitarian situations dates back to early 1990s, when `cash for work’ was a prominent form of transferring cash to vulnerable households. Since then, cash transfers have been used in many forms by Oxfam GB to respond to a range of acute and chronic needs of people affected by disasters. Today, cash transfer programming forms a significant part of Oxfam GB’s work in food insecurity, and is an emerging response mechanism in shelter and water and sanitation sectors.

15 January 2020