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

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The use of cash transfers in emergencies the CALP Network Kenya

Presentation

A presentation by the CALP Network as part of the Food Security & Nutrition Working Group Central & Eastern Africa, from Nairobi, 11th August 2011. This presentation addresses the use of cash transfers in emergencies, and focuses on the HoA drought response strategies.

2011

Analyse et suivi des marches dans le cadre d’interventions de transferts monétaires

Présentation

Objectifs principaux de l’analyse et du suivi des marchés: Analyser la capacité des marchés à absorber un surplus de demande généré par les activités de transferts monétaires. Emettre des recommandations en temps réel, c’est- à-dire dans le cours du programme. Evaluer l’impact des...

2011

Cash-based Responses in Emergencies

Report

This short HPG briefing paper looks at the suitability of cash based responses in a range of emergency situations. It gives a rapid overview of recent cash based responses and examines the key issues around comparing cash and in-kind programmes. It briefly looks at the impact of cash, the issues of...

2011

Cash and Voucher in Relief and Recovery: Red Cross Red Crescent good practices

Report

A two-page brief giving some examples of the Red Cross / Red Crescent movement’s experience using cash grants, vouchers, and cash-for-work in emergency response.

2011

Cash and Vouchers in Emergencies

Report

This HPG discussion paper examines all aspects of using cash and vouchers to assist people in emergency situations. It provides a background to the literature and theory around cash and vouchers, looks at the current picture through selected examples and examines the decision making process on the...

2011

Cash for Shelter Program – Hurricane Richard 2010

Report

A beneficiary satisfaction and impact evaluation of IFRC’s Cash for Shelter Program that ran in response to Hurricane Richard, a category 2 Hurricane Richard that made landfall 20 miles southwest of Belize City on October 24, 2010. The established goal of the BRC program was a faster recovery of the...

2011

Meeting Humanitarian Challenges in Urban Areas: Review of Urban Humanitarian Challenges in Port-au-Prince, Manila, Nairobi, Eldoret

Report

Following recommendations of the IASC Task Force on MHCUA, Nairobi, Eldoret and Manila and Port au Prince were adopted as representative case studies. They reflect recent and different types of sudden onset emergencies and disasters (urban violence, severe flooding and hurricanes, earthquakes) impacting...

2011

Planning and implementing cash transfers in emergencies: Practical insights from Pakistan

Report

Access The Report Here The use of cash transfers and vouchers, or together ‘cash-based responses’, has grown remarkably in recent years. Cash transfers provide beneficiaries with money, while vouchers ensure access to food for a predefined quantity or value in identified outlets. While there is a...

2011

Dowa Emergency Cash Transfer, Malawi

Report

This case study looks at the innovative Concern Worldwide project which provided monthly cash transfers to beneficiary households using smartcards utilising mobile ATMs to deliver the cash. The report examines the choice of programme delivery mechanism, the targeting of beneficiaries, coordination, cost...

2011