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CaLP membership 

Join CaLP and be part of the global partnership for cash transfer programming in humanitarian assistance. Membership of CaLP is a statement of commitment to collective action to achieve our shared mission.

The Membership Statement details what it means to be a member of CaLP and answers frequently asked questions.

             Membership application round to be announced in 2018.

CaLP Membership Governance

Technical Advisory Group

The Technical Advisory Group (TAG) is the technical advisory body of CaLP, providing expert technical advice. The input of the TAG ensures cross-sectional representation and the maintenance of high technical standards and field linkages – and ensures that TAG-member led initiatives contribute to a common workplan. 

The TAG currently comprises 22 members, and its work-plan is managed through technical working groups aligned with CaLP’s global thematic priorities.  Members who are not part of the TAG are strongly encouraged to take part in thematic working groups (WGs). 

Please note the Technical Advisory Group is currently full. TAG representation will be reviewed in in Spring 2018. 

Board of Directors

The Board is the governing body of CaLP and is dedicated to advancing the mission, values, strategies, goals, priorities, and policies of CaLP. It is currently comprised of 11 voting members, elected from a diverse array of organisations from the CaLP membership.