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Data responsibility toolkit and case studies – Guidance for cash and voucher practitioners

While all humanitarian programmes collect large amounts of data, this is particularly true in Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA). Much of the data collected is highly sensitive and private, and is collected from very vulnerable people. Now more than ever, it is important to design our programmes so that they reduce the possibility that data is used – accidentally or purposefully – in ways that cause harm or unfairly exclude individuals or groups from benefiting.

The CALP Network has published three valuable resources to support cash and voucher practitioners to handle data effectively.