Good Practice Review on Cash Assistance in Contexts of High Inflation and Depreciation: Case Study South Sudan
This case study accompanies CALP’s Good Practice Review on Cash Assistance in Contexts of High Inflation and Depreciation. It is intended to illustrate the process of situational analysis, response
analysis and response option selection presented in the Good Practice Review. The learning from this case study has also actively contributed to the good practices documented in the review. It should be noted that the case study represents a snapshot in time of a continuously evolving situation. During the development of the case study, economic reform was initiated in South Sudan which will have direct impact on cash transfers. This case study has been written to derive lessons from both the pre-reform situation and the recent 2021 reform. It was authored by Maria Bernardez (DG ECHO), Stefan Bumbacher (SDC) and Raphael Tschirky (SDC), supported by Emma Holden-Maillard and Calum McLean
(working for the FCDO-GIZ SPACE initiative).