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We need your feedback to help us continue to improve our work. Please spare 10 minutes to complete this survey telling us how we can more effectively help improve the scale and quality of cash transfer programming as a tool for humanitarian assistance. The survey is open until Monday 2nd April 2018. Thank you.

posted by Tegan Rogers  22.3.18

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New Thematic Page on Gender, Protection and CTP

To realise the potential benefits of cash based assistance for everyone, there is need to foster dialogue between cash, gender and protection actors. Actors from different sectors need to work together, share experiences and learning, and address gaps and overlaps. This also requires improving coordination between clusters and cash working groups. We need to create opportunities to learn from government experiences with social protection systems and use evidence from development programmes, testing the learning and ensuring its applicability in different contexts.

posted by Karen Peachey  08.3.18

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Cash Based Assistance PQ Toolbox Now Live!

CaLP has developed a programme quality toolbox for cash-based assistance. The toolbox provides a set of common standards and acions for quality CBA. Each action is supported by a set of guidelines and ready to use tools and templates on 'how' to acheive quality CBA. It can be used across CBA modality, context and outcome (both sectoral and multi-sectoral). Where they exist, sector specific guidelines and tools have been included. 

posted by Abigael Baldoumas  05.3.18

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Announcing: State of the World's Cash launch Event

Join us at ODI on 1 February 2018 for the launch of the 2018 State of the World's Cash Report.

The State of the World's Cash report critically analyses the current state of CTP in humanitarian aid, and the extent to which commitments have been achieved, in order to provide shared insights that can accelerate progress.

posted by Abigael Baldoumas  15.1.18

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Gender and Cash Based Programming in Africa Symposium: 21 February

This important one-day regional symposium will bring together technical advisors, researchers and practitioners from NGOs, Government, the UN and academia and others who are interested in gender and cash programming.  It will explore the evidence and learning related to cash programming and gender impacts with examples from humanitarian contexts across the African continent.

Registration now closed 

posted by Karen Peachey  04.1.18

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CaLP's Cash Learning Hub is now live!

Discover our new Cash Learning Hub! The one-stop-shop for Cash Transfer Programming (CTP) learning and training resources with a  course catalogue of over 30 resources in English, French, Arabic, and Spanish. 

posted by Digitalcomms  16.11.17

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