Cash Based Interventions: Implementation guidelines for light & medium repairs of houses & apartments
Cash-Based Interventions are a type of market-based intervention that use local markets and services to meet the needs of the people affected by the crisis, in this case, to carry out light and medium repairs to the houses and apartments affected by the conflict. They can be stand-alone or used in combination with in-kind assistance. Implementing cash-based interventions is not an activity in itself but a tool to implement one. During the project planning phase, it is necessary to evaluate whether CBI is the right tool to achieve the outcomes and what are the key elements to choose the most appropriate modality. This document is intended to provide guidance on how to choose whether CBI is the right assistance modality and, if so, what are the different options to carry it out.