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Honduras Case Study

Bono Único - Deepening Preparedness In Social Protection Programs Using Cash and Voucher Assistance for Future Emergency Assistance

3 March 2022 — By Madison Chapman- independent consultant (lead); Roberto Martinez independent consultant (research design and data collection); Darren Hedley- independent consultant (support); and Maria Nagel- Independent consultant (support), Julie Lawson McDowall, Holly Welcome Radice

The following case study underscores how Honduras, a country with relatively limited Social Protection (SP) experience in emergencies, can enhance preparedness using humanitarian Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) through close collaboration with actors such as Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) and the United Nations (UN). It also demonstrates how governments can learn how to overcome the challenges presented by the use of CVA to deepen preparedness for future emergency assistance in the context of repeated climate and social shocks.

 

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