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GBV Considerations for Women and Girls- Cash in Ukraine and the Regional Refugee Response- UNFPA 2022

Guidelines and Tools

Cash assistance is a modality that will be used extensively inside conflict-affected Ukraine and in the regional refugee response, where feasible and appropriate (1). Given that the large majority of Ukrainian refugees are women and children, it is critical to ensure that cash programming does not put...

21 April 2022

Risk Assessment and Mitigation Requirements for High-Risk Environments

Guidelines and Tools

This document is an annex to the USAID Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (USAID/OFDA) Proposal Guidelines that provides supplemental requirements for proposals for programs in high-risk operating environments. USAID/OFDA recognizes that certain operating environments present a heightened risk of...

May 2018

Discussion Note: Building evidence and developing guidance on operational models for CTP

Guidelines and Tools

This discussion note summarises the CALP Network’s proposed approach to developing guidance for donors and operational agencies to assess the suitability of different operational models for CTP, by context. The note lays out the current debate relating to different forms of collaboration for CTP, and...

July 2017

Using Cash for Shelter: An Overview of CRS Programs

Report

Cash continues to gain prevalence as a modality for humanitarian agencies to help people meet multiple and diverse needs in the wake of a crisis. It provides people with the dignity of choice, and is often significantly more cost-efficient than the delivery of in-kind aid. In programs with a shelter...

2016

Using Cash for Shelter: Windows of Slovyansk

Report

After pro-Russian separatists declared republics in Eastern Ukraine in April 2014, Slovyansk became a focal point of fighting between government forces and rebels until the Ukrainian military retook the city in early July. Slovyansk saw the heaviest fighting of any urban area and many city dwellers fled....

2016

Using Cash for Shelter: Winter Resilience for IDPs in Eastern Ukraine

Report

Continued conflict in Eastern Ukraine during 2014 caused internal displacement of over 1.46 million people by September 2015, and another 1,123,800 fled to other countries, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Rapid assessments carried out by Catholic Relief Services found that...

2016

Appropriateness and impact of cash grants distribution in Eastern Ukraine

Report

This programmignn note assesses the appropriateness and impact of cash grants distribution in Eastern Ukraine. Key findings: Distribution of cash grants of US$250–‐US$900 via bank transfer allowed beneficiaries to purchase or pay for a wide variety of items or services, including food, medication or...

2016

Part 1.2 The Minimum Expenditure Basket

Report

The Minimum Expenditure Basket (MEB) is defined as what a household requires in order to meet basic needs – on a regular or seasonal basis – and its average cost. Determining the MEB serves three functions: a) it is a holistic reflection of need as perceived by crisis affected populations, including...

2015

Review of Cash Coordination in Ukraine

Report

Ukraine is a lower middle-income country in Eastern Europe, with a strong soviet era legacy in the field of social protection. Since early 2014, Ukraine has been affected by conflict in its eastern part, which led to the internal displacement of more than 1.4 million people. At the time this paper was

2015