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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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Lessons learned on cash program adaptability in Jordan in response to the economic crisis and COVID-19

Ongoing research

The purpose of this study is to document and assess collective learning and decision-making on the adaptability of selected cash programs in Jordan in light of their response to the challenges posed by COVID-19 and its impact at programmatic and systemic levels, in order to formulate policy messages and...

Case study on CVA for Health outcomes

Ongoing research

The study aims to develop a light touch stocktake and analytical synthesis of emerging best practice and main challenges encountered in cash for health outcomes programming for the MENA region. The MENA region is of relevance as it has seen particularly high levels of cash programming in humanitarian...

Effects of Cash Transfers On Intimate Partner Violence In Humanitarian Settings: A Prospective Cohort Study In South Sudan

Ongoing research

This study seeks to improve understanding of the dynamics between intimate partner violence (IPV) and cash transfers in humanitarian settings. There is a focus on increasing knowledge of how receipt of cash transfers and the way they are delivered, may change gender relations, power dynamics, and IPV in...

Empowered Aid: Transforming gender and power dynamics in the delivery of humanitarian aid.

Ongoing research

Examines how aid distribution mechanisms (including cash transfers) may inadvertently increase SEA risk for women and girls in order to better prevent this, using participatory action research. Phase II will build on these findings to create or adapt aid delivery models that actively work to reduce power...