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28 Feb 2018 description
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Executive Summary

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION

In recent years, the use of cash transfer programming (CTP)1 in humanitarian assistance has grown significantly.

16 Mar 2016 description

Introduction

There is little doubt that cash transfers are amongst the most rigorously-evaluated interventions in development.

17 Nov 2015 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Unconditional cash transfers1 are increasingly prevalent in humanitarian response plans. The use of cash is now widely accepted across all contexts and there has been significant focus on the means by which cash can facilitate and promote more efficient and effective delivery of support. This is alongside the increased attention throughout the decade on risk mitigation and feasibility as well as improved effectiveness substantiated through impact evaluation that has, in turn, meant a growth in programme policy and evidence-based planning.

30 Jul 2014 description

Étude de cas du CaLP - Soutien au relèvement économique des foyers urbains dans la ville de Karoi, au Zimbabwe

13 Sep 2012 description

This discussion paper examines the links between cash transfers and the positive and negative outcomes for children – in particular, the role cash transfers have played in protecting children from abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence. It aims to identify ways in which cash transfer activities could be designed to support the protection of children affected by emergencies.

11 Jul 2012 description

L’atelier d’échange et d’apprentissage sur l’assistance monétaire en RDC a été organisé et facilité par les organisations suivantes : ACF USA, Care International, Oxfam GB et l’UNICEF. Il était financé par CaLP (Cash Learning Partnership) et UNICEF.

Cet atelier est parti d’un premier constat : alors que les projets d’assistance monétaire se développent de plus en plus en RDC, et plus particulièrement dans la zone Est, il n’existe que peu de cadres d’échange entre acteurs humanitaires autour de cette approche.

29 Feb 2012 description

This discussion paper examines the links between cash transfers and the positive and negative outcomes for children, in particular the role cash transfers have played in protecting children from harm, exploitation, abuse and violence. The objective of this paper is to identify ways in which cash transfer activities could support the protection of children affected by emergencies.