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It’s humanitarian planning season! Ten tips for strengthening the inclusion of cash assistance as part of the HRP process

The humanitarian response planning process is a key time for ensuring a more systematic consideration of cash and voucher assistance. But familiar barriers prevent Cash Working Groups engaging in the process. CaLP's Nathalie Cissokho and Sophie Tholstrup share tips on how to overcome them.

posted by Nathalie Cissokho and Sophie Tholstrup  31.10.18

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New research from World Food Programme and Trinity College Dublin/University College Dublin added to #GenderCash collection

Two new research papers join CaLP’s ‘Collected Papers on Gender and Cash Transfer Programmes in Humanitarian Contexts', building on the evidence base to ensure the benefits of cash based assistance are felt by all.

posted by Tegan Rogers  15.10.18

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CaLP’s Karen Peachey in Devex: “For cash transfers to work, we can't ignore gender”

Our interim director Karen Peachey is featured on Devex.com discussing the need to build the evidence around the relationship between gender and cash transfers. CaLP’s ‘Collected Papers on Gender and Cash Transfers’ is out now.

posted by Tegan Rogers  08.10.18

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Visit our revamped thematic pages and get involved in research opportunities

Our new look thematic pages and recently launched ‘Ongoing and Future CTP Research’ page will provide cash practitioners with the latest news, resources and research opportunities.

posted by Tegan Rogers  26.9.18

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CaLP publishes collection of research papers to fill the evidence gap around gender and cash

UN Women, Concern Worldwide and World Food Programme are the first to contribute research to this ongoing series of papers.

posted by Tegan Rogers  12.9.18

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The Grand Bargain Cash Meetings: what did we learn, how are we doing, where next?

After cash focal points from Grand Bargain signatory organisations gathered in Rome for the second annual meeting of the Grand Bargain cash workstream, we ask how much progress has been made towards commitments, and what remains to be done.

posted by Sophie Tholstrup  19.6.18

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