CaLP
Non-governmental Organization based in United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

All Updates

101 entries found
29 Aug 2017 description

In support of the return and recovery effort of formerly war affected populations, ACF implemented a cash-based intervention in Otuke District of Northern Uganda. This programme assisted internally displaced people (IDPs) with the return home and reestablishing their livelihoods. Vulnerable households received unconditional cash grants through bank accounts and training to support their long-term food security and livelihood (FSL) recovery and capacity.

Background

11 Aug 2017 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report summarises current developments in Cash Transfer Programming (CTP), as captured at the recent Global Cash Forum, held in Geneva in June 2017.

In recent years, CTP has emerged as one of the most significant innovations in humanitarian response. Major donors and agencies have made public commitments to increase its use, for instance through the Grand Bargain. Now, work is under way to build the sector-wide capacity to turn those commitments into action.

28 Jul 2017 description

Market analysis is a core part of the suite of assessments that should help to inform all emergency response programming – these new courses will ensure you’re fully equipped with the knowledge you need to consider and work through local markets whenever possible.

The IRC and CaLP have combined their expertise to provide you with everything you need to know to get started with emergency market analysis.

06 Jun 2017 description

This report provides a summary of the discussions that took place during a half-day reflection workshop in May 2017. More than 40 people from national and international NGOs, the UN, donors and research organisations came together to consider lessons from the 2011 drought response, reflect on the use of cash transfer programming (CTP) in the current response and agree actions to strengthen existing work.

Training

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04 Sep 2015 description

With the aim of helping the humanitarian sector to improve beneficiary’s data protection, CaLP is now launching in partnership with the UNHCR the course “E – transfer and operationalizing beneficiary data protection”. The purpose of this course is to assist humanitarian practitioners to take the necessary steps to operationalize the protection of beneficiary data in programmes using electronic transfers, or e-transfers.