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The most useful tools, reports, guidance and research related to cash and voucher assistance in humanitarian response. As well as CaLP's own publications, we link to other useful resources. You can submit your own resource for publication on the CaLP library here.

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Oxfam Cash Pocket Cards

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In emergencies, distributing cash can often meet people’s immediate needs more quickly and appropriately than the direct distribution of commodities. Cash gives people choices and thereby preserves their dignity. These 15 cards contain key elements from the book, which draws on Oxfam’s experience to...

2011

Sharing What Works – Working with payment service providers

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A handy tool on choosing payment service providers for delivering cash transfers.  Developed by WFP Zambia. Mobile money and m-banking are now providing unprecedented opportunities to enhance programming within the WFP through cash and vouchers delivery mechanisms. Often in this context providers are...

2011

Determining the Value of Cash Transfers – Preliminary Insights from LIME

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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

Cash Transfers in Zimbabwe

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A background document to Cash Transfers in Zimbabwe, including details of: ZIMBABWE HARMONISED SOCIAL CASH TRANSFER PROGRAM (ZHSCT) UN / WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME CASH FOR CEREALS (CFC) PROGRAM THE NGO JOINT INITIATIVE (JI) IN ZIMBABWE PROTRACTED RELIEF PROGRAM OTHER INDEPENDENT NGO INITIATIVES Document...

2011

Helpdesk Research Report: Cash transfers in fragile/conflict-affected environments

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In-kind assistance has traditionally dominated social protection programming in fragile and conflict affected contexts (Holmes, 2009). In recent years, however, there has been a rise in the implementation of cash transfer schemes in such environments. These programmes have often been relatively small...

2011

Helpdesk Research Report: Beneficiaries’ perspectives in research on cash transfer and social protection programmes

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Query: What research, academic, NGO or government, has included the perspectives of beneficiaries of cash transfer or social protection programmes in developing countries and what results have emerged and how robust has been this participatory qualitative evidence? Are there any lessons learnt from the...

2011

Cash Programming in Haiti – Lessons Learned in Disbursing Cash

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The following report is the result of an initial 2 week mission to Haiti to investigate cash programming (including cash for work) amongst 17 organizations. It is not intended as an exhaustive review of 17 organizations’ practices, but attempts to look at what were some of the critical stages in cash...

2011

Cash Learning Bulletin August 2011

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CaLP newsletter from August 2011 including articles and updates: Smart cards used for the first time in Zimbabwe cash transfers Philippines Cash Learning Group starts up Technical forum on cash transfers in Kenya & Somalia CaLP Ivory Coast Cash Guidelines and details of fourthcoming research for the...

2011

Cash Learning Bulletin East Africa Drought Special edition

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A CaLP bulletin with articles and information on: Cash transfer programming in the drought response Kenya Cash Transfer Working Group Somalia Cash Transfer Working Group Training on Cash Transfers in Emergencies and a list of appropriate links and resources.

2011

CaLP Newsletter supplement Zimbabwe cards Aug 11

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Supplement to the CaLP August 2011 newsletter, focusing on the topic of ‘Reconnecting Zimbabweans to financial services through cash transfers’. Includes sections on: Piloting of smart cards in Zimbabwe Combining cash transfers for basic needs with livelihood support

2011