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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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Harnessing Digital Technology for Cash Transfer Programming in the Ebola Response

Explore how the the use of digital technology can help  address food insecurity in the Ebola crisis!

posted by Digitalcomms  07.11.17

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Humanitarian standards now available on mobile devices

New Humanitarian Standards mobile app! The Humanitarian Standards Partnership has teamed up to combine all of the standards in one free mobile app. Find out more and get the app today!

posted by Digitalcomms  27.9.17

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Future-proofing the new Sphere Handbook: What does delivering on standards through cash and markets mean?

Cash-based assistance has emerged an evidence-based means of meeting humanitarian needs within and across sectors of humanitarian response, since the Sphere Handbook 2011 edition was published. Read here to know how the upcoming edition of the Handbook will incorporate the subject.

posted by Digitalcomms  26.9.17

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'The cash reform in action' - summary of the Global Cash Forum now available!

Did you miss our Global Cash Forum? Read the full report to learn more about the latest discussions around cash transfer programming.

posted by Digitalcomms  11.8.17

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