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The State of the World’s Cash 2023: Conversation Toolkit

Find all the resources to share ‘The State of the World’s Cash 2023’ within your network, organization, or among your colleagues.

Be part of the conversation

We can all use our voices to progress evidence-based constructive conversations and debate on the topic of CVA.

This pack provides you with everything you need to talk about the report via a selection of pre-written shareable resources. We would also encourage you to use your own words, and to reach out to CALP (contact details at the bottom of the page) to let us know if you are interested in other types of collaboration such as writing a guest blog, speaking at an event, or being interviewed for our social channels. We’re open to ideas!

On this page you will find:

  1. About The State of the World’s Cash 2023
  2. Spread the word on social channels
    1. X (previously Twitter)
    2. LinkedIn and Facebook
    3. Share the SOWC2023 on WhatsApp
    4. Reshare social media posts from CALP and the Network
  3. Share in your newsletter
  4. Media assets and resources
  5. Take the quiz
  6. Content in other languages
  7. Reach out to our Comms team

 

1.💡 About The State of the World’s Cash 2023

The State of the World’s Cash is a flagship report that represents a neutral and impartial assessment of the current context of cash and voucher assistance (CVA) as part of humanitarian aid. It’s a key reference for policy makers, practitioners, and researchers involved in humanitarian programming.

It unveils several crucial findings that are shaping the future of CVA. The infographic below shows some of the key points from the report:

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  • Are we at a turning point for humanitarian cash assistance? 🤔  The @CALPNET WORK has just published the State of the World’s Cash 2023 Report📚, and it appears that humanitarian CVA has reached a crossroads.  In 2022, cash assistance surged by 41% compared to the previous year, yet when considered from a big picture perspective, it's it’s still a modest part of overall international aid.   🌟 The opportunity for expanding CVA and putting people at the centre of what we do is there but will require further collective effort. 💪  If you're eager to uncover the precise landscape of progress, identify barriers, and explore opportunities to unlock the full potential of CVA, then grab a cup of tea ☕ and delve into this insightful report.   https://calp.net/CheckSOWC2023 #CVAInsights #HumanitarianAid #SOWC2023 

    Are we at a turning point for humanitarian cash assistance? 🤔  The @CALPNET WORK has just published the State of the World’s Cash 2023 Report📚, and it appears that humanitarian CVA has reached a crossroads.  In 2022, cash assistance surged by 41% compared to the previous year, yet wh...

  • Have you checked the State of the World’s Cash 2023 Report yet📖? The report tackles a very crucial question “how can we achieve a more rapid and decisive growth in humanitarian cash and voucher assistance?”💭 Amongst a plethora of other recommendations, it suggests that forging stronger connections between CVA and other financial assistance, like social protection, could unlock greater efficiency and effectiveness. Do you agree? The report contains a real wealth of insights and is well worth a read👉 https://calp.net/CheckSOWC2023 #CVAInsights #HumanitarianAid #SOWC2023

    Have you checked the State of the World’s Cash 2023 Report yet📖? The report tackles a very crucial question “how can we achieve a more rapid and decisive growth in humanitarian cash and voucher assistance?”💭 Amongst a plethora of other recommendations, it suggests that forging stro...

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You might be interested in The State of the World’s Cash 2023 Report highlights. It explores the changing world of Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA), analyses progress, challenges, and ways forward towards improved more people-centred aid https://calp.net/3FZa1bb

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3.📧Share in your newsletter 

State of the World’s Cash Report 2023  

The State of the World’s Cash Report 2023 is now live. It is the third in the series, with the first seminal editions published in 2018 and2020.   

This flagship report represents a neutral and impartial assessment of the current context of Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) as part of humanitarian aid. It’s a key reference for policy makers, practitioners, and researchers involved in humanitarian programming.     

Providing people with humanitarian CVA means that they can choose for themselves how to meet their needs in the face of crises. And an ever-growing body of evidence shows that people prefer to receive aid in this way.   

The 2023 report highlights  

  • The volume of cash and voucher assistance has grown dramatically, but it could be at risk of stalling  
  • in 2022, $7.9 billion dollars was transferred as cash or vouchers to crisis-affected people – a 41 % increase from the year before  
  • Linking CVA more closely to social protected systems represents a huge opportunity for growth   
  • There remains huge potential to increase the volume of CVA and to make it more people-centred. 
  • Understanding the changes, opportunities and barriers in relation to the CVA is key to unlocking its true potential.    

https://calp.net/CheckSOWC2023

4. 📡Media assets and resources

Presentation

5.📝Take the State of the World’s Cash Quiz!

It’s quiz time! How familiar are you with the latest trends, analysis and evidence relating to cash and voucher assistance?  Quiz questions are drawn from information provided in the latest State of the World’s Cash report.

How will you do? Remember to share your results and to tag us 😊.

TAKE THE QUIZ

6. ⌨️Content in other languages

7. 🙌Reach out to our Comms team

For any other inquiry, please reach out to us: andrea.buccioni@calpnetwork.org or hazar.alei@calpnetwork.org