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Events and Training

Across our six regional hubs, CaLP hosts regular events to convene the community of practice and advance the debate around cash transfer programming. We also run training events around the world as part of our Capacity Building work. Click the links below to find out more about our upcoming events and training courses.

Events

There are no upcoming events currently scheduled.

Training

Location Training Language Dates Deadline for application Contact
GLOBAL
Apply Paris, France Key Aid Consulting - Core CTP Skills for Programme Staff English 17 - 21 December 2018 7th December 2018 lauren@keyaidconsulting.com
Apply London, United Kingdom RedR UK - Core CTP Skills for Programme Staff English 28th January - 1st February 2019 - training@redr.org.uk
NORTH AMERICA
Apply Washington, DC, US Monitoring 4 CTP English 14th December 2018 7th December 2018 kpinzon@cashlearning.org
Apply Washington DC, USA Training on Protection in Cash-based Interventions English 15th January 2019 8th January 2019 kpinzon@cashlearning.org
Apply Baltimore, MD, USA Market Assessment Tools Training English 12 - 14 February 2019 31st January 2019 kpinzon@cashlearning.org
WEST AFRICA
Apply Dakar, Senegal Institut Bioforce - Les transferts monétaires dans l'action humanitaire French 11 - 15 March 2019 - -

Past events

15 - 19 October 2018: Cash Week 2018

Cash Week 2018 was a series of events that took place in London to advance issues, reflect and prepare for the future of cash transfer programming. This week of events provided opportunities for:

  • Networking and collaboration beyond the usual suspects, and an opportunity to hear from CaLP’s Technical Advisory Group and Board;
  • Learning more about some of the key topics in cash, advancing crucial debates around tracking cash and delivering digital payments responsibly;
  • Visioning the future of financial assistance to meet humanitarian needs.

25 January - 11 July 2018:  State of the World's Cash report launch events

In January CaLP launched the first State of the World’s Cash Report. Through a series of international events CaLP convened actors to discuss:

  • What progress has been made in delivering the Grand Bargain commitments on cash?
  • How much humanitarian aid is provided as cash and vouchers?
  • Which organisations are leading the way, and why?
  • What are the barriers and what will drive more progress?

28 June 2017: Global Cash Forum

Our flagship event, which brought together the world's leading stakeholders working on cash transfer programming in humanitarian response, including governments, the UN, NGOs and the private sector. Watch the videos from the day and read the event summary and report here.