Food Security Cluster Coordinator Cash Transfer Briefing Package
The gFSC aims to contribute actively to provide guidance and tools for national food security clusters to adequately coordinate cash interventions among cluster/sector partners and to ensure equally and consistently consideration of cash alongside other forms of humanitarian assistance in the food security sector. Supporting Food Security Cluster Coordinators (FSCC) is crucial to enable them to better coordinate food security interventions and modalities of assistance with relevant stakeholders in country and improve their ability to engage and contribute to multi sectorial initiatives in cash transfer programming. FSCC are key drivers to foster the uptake of cash transfers in emergency responses when delivering their core functions. This document takes into account the inherently multipurpose nature of cash and part of a multi actor agenda and intends to contribute actively to identifying critical issues that require multisectorial responses.
The present document aims to be part of FSCC’s briefing package. The briefing package consists of resources that provide greater clarity and guidance to those assigned to lead and manage the Food Security Clusters in countries with humanitarian crises.