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Monitoring 4 CTP: Monitoring Guidance for CTP in Emergencies

2017 — By Sophie Martin-Simpson, Floor Grootenhuis, Stewart Jordan, The Cash Learning Partnership

This guidance provides a central resource to promote a common understanding of the most important monitoring considerations for humanitarian projects using cash transfer programming (CTP).

The primary audience for this guidance is field-level practitioners, from organisations directly involved in the design, implementation, monitoring, and accountability of projects using cash and  vouchers to deliver humanitarian relief.

The purpose of this guidance is to support practitioners in considering CTP-specific monitoring requirements for their project/programme, and incorporating these into their respective monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning (MEAL) frameworks. It aims to provide a map to assist in navigating existing resources, drawing on the abundance of existing monitoring guidelines and tools, and those for humanitarian CTP. It is complemented by a repository of resources on specific topics.

Recommendations are provided throughout the guidance as to when, how and why these resources can be used to support effective CTP monitoring.

The key resources  in Appendix 1 of the guidelines are available for download here.

Are you planning to use the Guidance in practice? Would you be able to provide feedback to the CALP Network to help ensure that the Guidance is fit for purpose and addresses the needs of field practitioners?

We need your help to inform the revision and updating of this Guidance over the coming months. If you’re interested, please download this document which outlines key questions to answer, and provides a feedback template. Please also leave us your contact details here.