Part 1.4 Protection Risk and Benefits Analysis
All humanitarian interventions carry risks, even in-kind delivery of goods and services. Cash programming is no exception. Specific areas of risk include:
Safety and dignity.
Humanitarian access to crisis-affected populations.
Crisis-affected populations’ access to aid.
Data protection and beneficiary privacy.
Individuals with specific needs or risks.
Social relations – household and community dynamics.
Fraud and diversion with protection implications.
Market impacts with protection implications.