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Cash and Voucher for Work in Food Security Programmes Lessons Learned from Karamoja, Uganda
This report examines a Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH supported labourintensive cash for work and voucher for work project which was implemented in the framework of GIZ’s Food and Nutrition Security and Conflict Management Project (FNS) in Karamoja. The FNS project...
Tracking Spending on Cash Transfer Programming in a Humanitarian Context
This briefing paper provides a brief overview of cash transfers by situating them within official development assistance (ODA) analysis. However, the core of this analysis concentrates on tracking cash transfer programme spending in humanitarian aid. For analysis of cash transfer spending in crisis...
Social Security/Social Protection In Nepal: Situation analysis
The International Labour Conference has outlined several strategies to extend social security by closing coverage gaps and pointed out that effective national strategies should be formed in line with national priorities, administrative feasibility and affordability. The primary goal is to ensure that no...
Emerging Good Practice in the use of Fresh Food Vouchers
The purpose of this Good Practice Review is to provide practitioners with information on emerging good practice in the use of Fresh Food Vouchers (FFV), as well as practical examples from the field. In the Introduction, the GPR reiterates the nature of a fresh food voucher and explains some advantages and...
Unconditional cash transfers in Gaza: an external review
This is a review of small pilot project, which targets extremely vulnerable households with monthly unconditional cash transfers for a limited period. The target population is made up of two groups, one group already receiving assistance through a voucher from WFP but still showing poor food diversity...
Meta-Evaluation of ACF Fresh Food Voucher Programmes
ACF commissioned a meta-evaluation of 5 of its fresh food voucher programmes implemented between 2009-2011 during emergencies in Bolivia, Dadaab refugee camps in Kenya, Haiti, Pakistan and the occupied Palestinian Territories (oPT). The programmes were all paper cash-vouchers exchanged for fresh foods in...
MPESA Project Analysis: Exploring the use of cash transfers using cell phones in pastoral areas
Safaricom Limited, a mobile network operator in Kenya, launched a mobile money transfer system called M-PESA in 2007. This system allows users to send or receive money on their Safaricom SIM card. Télécoms sans Frontières and Vétérinaires sans Frontières – Germany decided to work in partnership on...
An Introduction to Cash-Based Interventions in UNHCR Operations
This document provides an introduction and basic guidance on the use of cash-based interventions and tackles key issues of relevance to UNHCR in the form of questions and answers. It also provides an overview of UNHCR’s experience in using cash-based interventions.
Market Information and Food Insecurity Response Analysis (MIFIRA) Framework Course
Guidelines and Tools
Access Course Here This course outlines the rationale for “response analysis” and introduces a field-tested, systematic approach to this emergent activity. The Market Information and Food Insecurity Response Analysis (MIFIRA) framework provides a logically sequenced set of questions that help...
Lignes directrices : comment utiliser les Hawala en Somalie ?
Guides et outils
Pour distribuer des fonds en Somalie, les agences humanitaires ont de plus en plus fréquemment recours à des sociétés spécialisées dans le transfert d’argent, également connues sous le nom de Hawala. Le présent document définit ce que sont les Hawala, précise leur mode de fonctionnement et...