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Evidence-Building for Cash and Markets for WASH in Emergencies: Practices in market-based programming in the hygiene subsector

2020 — By Jean Christophe Barbiche, Olivia Collins

This report presents an overview of practices related to the use of market support and cash and voucher assistance (CVA) modalities for hygiene in humanitarian crises. These market-based approaches can have a number of advantages, such as improving the efficiency and effectiveness of emergency hygiene response while also supporting the existing local market systems that will continue to deliver hygiene items and services long after the crisis.