Case study: Responsible data sharing with governments
The COVID-19 crisis, widespread economic downturns and the loss of formal and informal employment have all contributed to accelerated linkages between CVA and social protection. Quarantines and lockdowns have also pushed humanitarians to incorporate more digital modalities into their work.
As partnerships between government-led social protection systems and humanitarian cash programmes increase, so do concerns around data sharing.
This case study addresses commonly held concerns around data-sharing with governments, with a particular focus on fragile settings or conflict environments.