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Asistencia en efectivo y cupones (AEC): Su papel como coordinador/a de VBG

Guía y herramientas

UNFPA’s Humanitarian Office and the GBV Area of Responsibility have developed this guidance on “CVA – Your Role as a GBV Coordinator,” for GBV coordination group leads and partners in humanitarian settings. Its purpose is to outline the practical ways in which GBV Coordinators should support GBV-...

6 April 2021

Hoja de orientación sobre Asistencia Humanitaria en Efectivo y Cupones (AEC) del UNFPA: AEC y COVID-19

Guía y herramientas

Women and girls affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in crisis and displacement contexts may face increased risk of gender-based violence (GBV) as well as increased financial barriers to accessing sexual and reproductive health (SRH) care and services. CVA can address certain financial barriers to access SRH...

6 April 2021

City of Amman, Jordan

Cash in a COVID-19 crisis: Adapting approaches to assisting Jordan-based refugees

Blog Post

How did cash actors delivering assistance to refugees in Jordan adapt to the COVID-19 crisis? What were the main challenges and did cash actors overcome these? Here to tell us more is André Dürr, an independent consultant specialising in cash transfers who recently carried out a study for CaLP.

5 April 2021

Cash transfers for transport to health centres and malnutrition treatment centres

Report

The NGO HELP (Hilfe zur Selbsthilfe) has been active in Burkina Faso’s Sahel region since 2008 and has successfully carried out interventions to strengthen the health system and fight malnutrition.  In 2018, HELP obtained funding from ECHO for a project to fight acute malnutrition in Sebba health...

30 March 2021

Health and Nutrition Vouchers for Marginalized Urban Extreme Poor in Bangladesh

Report

The urban poor in Bangladesh face many complex health needs, including a high prevalence of non-communicable diseases, with insufficient access to health care, and high out of pocket payments. High user fees and distance to travel are further barriers to accessing services and are a major reason why...

30 March 2021

Les transferts monétaires pour le transport vers les centres de santé et de traitement de la malnutrition

Rapport

Cette étude de cas a été produite dans le cadre d’un projet de documentation des expériences de transferts monétaires dans le secteur de la santé, financé par l’Agence Suisse pour le Développement et la Coopération (SDC) et soutenu par le Cash Learning Partnership (CALP), CashCap/NORCAP et la...

30 March 2021

A home health visit made to Syrian refugees based in Jordan to support diabetes treatment

Can Cash Transfers Help Syrian Refugees Manage Diabetes?

Blog Post

Shannon Doocy, Associate Professor in the Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health describes which combination of interventions resulted in the most effective diabetes treatment for Syrian refugees based in Jordan.

23 March 2021

Data Responsibility in Cash and Voucher Assistance – a toolkit for 2021 

Blog Post

Linda Raftree, author of CaLP’s ‘Data Responsibility Toolkit for CVA Practitioners’, tells us about this new publication and what it means for people working in the field of cash and voucher assistance (CVA). 

17 March 2021

CVA, plus information: what happens when cash recipients are kept in the loop?

Blog Post

Max Seilern and Hannah Miles from Ground Truth Solutions reveal the positive impacts of simply being more open about cash programming with cash recipients.

15 March 2021

Inclusive Information Systems for Social Protection: Intentionally Integrating Gender and Disability

Policy paper

Digital information systems serving the social protection sector, and especially social assistance, are increasingly prominent and will continue to be, as is the case within all other sectors. “Why? Because the ability of a country to care for its people and respond to their lifecycle needs depends on...

11 March 2021