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Ongoing research

This page is a space to share and learn about ongoing and planned CVA research. If you are undertaking CVA related research, you can submit details and information will usually go live within 48 hours.


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Real-time Learning on Cash-Preparedness within the 2022 Horn of Africa Drought Response

Ongoing research

  The study aims to elucidate what it takes to be effectively prepared for drought response using cash and voucher modalities and facilitate the incorporation of lessons from previous drought crises into the current response. The study is to be undertaken in a way that feeds into the ongoing drought...

Scaling the use of CVA

Ongoing research

The growth of humanitarian cash and voucher assistance (CVA) is regarded as one of the few drivers of change within the humanitarian system. Humanitarian stakeholders committed to ensuring the routine use of cash under the 2016 Grand Bargain framework. Despite sustained increases in the use of CVA since...

Cash Transfers for Refugees Scale-Up: Randomised Control Trial in Kiryandongo Refugee Camp, Uganda

Ongoing research

The results of the robust external impact evaluation will fill the evidence gap for use of large lump-sum cash transfers in protracted refugee settings, and conditional on the efficacy of the intervention, will assist future decision-making about cash programs by donors and implementing organisations,...

Financial Services in the Uganda Refugee Response: An Assessment of User Perspectives

Ongoing research

U-Learn, with support from the Uganda CWG, is conducting a Deep Dive assessment looking at user perspectives on financial services and assistance mechanisms. It will provide actors with robust information on how financial services and assistance are currently being used, what challenges exist to accessing...

Financial Inclusion and Digital Connectivity in Refugee Governance

Ongoing research

This three year research project asks how digital technologies and cash assistance are changing humanitarian aid to migrants and refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, Greece and the UK. We focus on communication, cash and identity and we are particularly interested how displaced people and communities...