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Adapting Humanitarian Cash Assistance in Times of Covid-19 and Economic Crisis: Comparative Learning from Lebanon and Jordan

April 2021 — By Rachel Eichholz

This briefing note outlines key lessons that have been learnt in Lebanon and Jordan in adapting humanitarian cash assistance programmes over the past 18 months. The note draws from two briefings: Lebanon’s Pinning Down Moving Targets: adapting humanitarian cash programmes to the multi-pronged crises in Lebanon, with its companion Research Note: Medium-term priorities for cash assistance in Lebanon developed by the Durable Solutions Platform (DSP) in collaboration with the Cash Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Organisational Network (CAMEALEON), and Jordan’s Adapting humanitarian cash assistance in times of Covid-19 – experiences and learning from Jordan produced by CaLP, with support from DSP and CAMEALEON.

The aim is to draw out and capture learnings from across the two neighbouring contexts as the humanitarian community responds to multiple crises, including COVID-19, using cash assistance to support vulnerable Syrian refugees.