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Walking the talk: The Grand Bargain & Cash Transfer Programming

Blog Post

Cash Transfer Programming (CTP) is here to stay. The political battle has been won – cash is now accepted as part of the humanitarian response toolkit, and the will to increase its use is there. Now we need to bring this will to life, and turn our commitments into action.

7 June 2017

Cash Coordination in Humanitarian Contexts

Guidelines and Tools

Cash transfer programs in humanitarian crises are on the rise. Therefore, the need for cash coordination at country level is increasing. The current setup of cash coordination is fragmented and ad hoc, leading to delays, gaps, and duplications of coordination mechanisms. The lack of clarity about...

June 2017

Cash Transfers for Food Security in Epidemics


The report is divided into five chapters. The introduction provides a brief overview of the study’s objectives, data collection methods and a snapshot of the context in Liberia and Sierra Leone. The second chapter describes USAID/FFP’s response to the Ebola crisis with a particular focus on CTP....

June 2017

Compte-rendu du Cash Working Group du Tchad du 29 juin 2017


June 2017

Early Lessons Learnt from Cash Transfer Interventions in Post Matthew Haiti


This technical report has twofold purposes, firstly to describe the main international evidence on cash transfer programing pertinent for the Haitian post Matthew emergency context; and secondly, to document the main lessons that can be learnt from the UNDP post Matthew cash transfer intervention. The...

May 2017

Responding to Drought in Kenya Using Cash and Vouchers: Six Key Questions from Previous Experience

Guidelines and Tools

the CALP Network reviewed previous reports on the use of cash/vouchers in drought responses in Kenya and identified 100 lessons, recommendations and observations which deserve consideration by those involved in cash programming today. We have brought these down to six key questions which all donors and...

April 2017

Libya Humanitarian Cash Working Group (CWG) Key Messages on Government Payments


The purpose of this document is to address one of the primary concerns of stakeholders prioritising the delivery of cash based interventions in Libya:
The majority of beneficiaries receiving cash assistance are already have other sources of income (government payments in particular) Therefore they do not...

March 2017

Press Release: Providing cash directly to those most in need is revolutionising the way we provide overseas aid to the world’s poorest people

Blog Post

London, United Kingdom – As the global partnership for cash transfer programming in humanitarian aid, the the CALP Network takes issue with recent criticisms of cash transfers made by Nigel Evans MP and in the media. Cash transfer programming is one of the most highly scrutinized forms of aid. The CALP...

3 January 2017

Les Principes sur les Modalités des Transferts Monétaires en Urgence à Madagascar

Guides et outils

To improve coordination at technical and strategic levels, an emergency cash group was formed in 2016 under the overall umbrella of the Social Protection Thematic Group which was co-led by UNICEF and the Ministry in charge of social protection. This has strengthened coordination amongst partners; improved...


Partnering with Mobile Network Operators in Zimbabwe to Deliver Cash Transfers


This case study seeks to investigate and document the following: The process of engagement between MNOs and CARE. Clarity of roles between CARE/WVI as implementing agencies and MNOs. Successes and challenges in the partnership between CARE/WVI and the MNOs Measures taken to manage the impact of the...