CVA for people on the move: Time for a new vision?
This event presented the main findings of our recently released study People are on the move: Can the world of CVA keep up? Analysis of the use of CVA in the context of human mobility in the Americas. Additionally, invited guests discussed key issues on facing the topic of human mobility and CVA and answered questions from the audience.
The event included two videos’ interventions: one from World Vision Peru, with an introduction from Sandra Arbaiza Canedo, and another from Paula Gil Baizan, independent consultant and study author.
Holly Welcome Radice, the CALP Network’s Regional Representative for the team working in the Americas moderated a panel with:
- José Félix Rodríguez – International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).
- Michelle Pazmiño – International Organization for Migration (IOM).
- Diego Prado – CALP Network
You asked, we answer!
Download this document and find the answers to more than 50 questions asked at the event, including monitoring and evaluation issues, risk reduction and prevention measures for people on the move receiving CVA; appropriate delivery mechanisms and many other relevant topics.
Paula Gil Baizan – Independent humanitarian consultant, author of the report, summarizes the main contributions of this research
Event recording (available in Spanish)
Let’s continue to gather evidence together, be more creative and innovative in the design and implementation of humanitarian CVA, and continue to positively impact people on the move.
This study was made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the responsibility of the CALP Network and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the U.S. Government.