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- UN Migration Agency Strengthens Preparations for Peak Hurricane Season in Haiti, Caribbean
- Haiti: Hurricane Matthew - Emergency Appeal Operations n° MDRHT013 Final Report
- Haïti/Choléra : 4 décès et 175 cas d’infection enregistrés à Cornillon/Grand-Bois dans l’espace de 3 moins Spécial
- Will there ever be peace for Haiti?
- WFP Haiti Country Brief, August 2018
New research from the Urban Crises Learning Fund's Stronger Cities Initiative explores the tools available to humanitarians responding to urban crises, and asks whether they are fit for purpose.
Cash transfers can offer value-for-money in humanitarian responses, and cash transfer programming (CTP) has the potential to transform humanitarian architecture. While this type of assistance is established — in 2015 the EU Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department issued ‘10 common principles’1 for use of cash — to date it has mostly been used in rural areas. As humanitarian agencies increasingly face emergencies in urban settings, what can CTP contribute and what challenges arise?