CaLP in West Africa is launching a new Cash and Ebola project that aims to optimize the use of CTP in future crises by documenting, analyzing and providing recommendations from the use of CTP in the Ebola Crisis.
posted by Digitalcomms 23.8.16View
This article sheds light on opportunities presented by CTP to face the challenges posed by displacement, with a specific focus on Asia. CaLP’s briefing note highlights evolving practices in this area and key recommendations for practitioners working with CTP and POC to enhance the assessment, design, delivery and monitoring of CTP in POC contexts in Asia and beyond.
posted by Steering Committee 16.8.16View
Isra and her family have been displaced twice – first from their home in Damascus, then from the Syrian town of Hasakah. Now settled in a village on the outskirts of Erbil in Iraq’s Kurdistan region, she is restarting her education at a local school, with the help of a UNICEF-supported cash grant programme. Read more here.
posted by Digitalcomms 05.7.16View
In 2013 Super-typhoon Haiyan made landfall in the Philippines devastating many provinces, destroying homes, roads, airports and more. Read this article to find out how CRS responded and what were the lessons learned.
posted by Digitalcomms 29.3.16View
Brand new materials available in our website! Check our e-learning module on urban cash transfers and livelihoods, our two guidance notes on cash and livelihoods in West Africa and Latin America and our 3 toolboxes on Cash, Markets and Livelihoods!.
posted by Digitalcomms 16.3.16View
Are you a Wash and Shelter practitioner? Contribute to improved practice for CTP in Wash and Shelter! Fll in LSE and CaLP joint survey here!
posted by Digitalcomms 07.3.16View