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CaLP announces training partnerships with Bioforce, RedR UK and Key Aid Consulting

CaLP is excited to announce training partnerships with Bioforce, RedR UK and Key Aid Consulting on the delivery of CaLP-accredited courses, extending the reach of CaLP’s capacity building efforts.

posted by Pauline Perez  10.10.18

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CaLP presents Cash Week 2018: Networking, Learning, Visioning

Join us in London from 15-19 October 2018 to advance issues, reflect and prepare for the future of cash transfer programming.

posted by Tegan Rogers  19.9.18

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Three takeaways from the ECOSOC-HAS discussion on linking cash transfers with social protection systems

There is growing interest from governments and donors alike in building or strengthening social protection systems to protect the poorest and most vulnerable people. CaLP's Lynn Yoshikawa joined a panel with representatives from governments, UN agencies, NGOs and donors to discuss the implications for CTP at the ECOSOC-HAS side event.

posted by Lynn Yoshikawa  11.7.18

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Webinar recording: Micro-level changes in market recovery and growth: the Ebola CTP experience

Following our Ebola dissemination event in Dakar, CaLP hosted a webinar looking at the micro level effects of cash transfers on local economies during the Ebola crisis. Listen to the recording here.

posted by Tegan Rogers  17.5.18

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#SOWC2018 launch event and webinar for the Asia region, 16 May

CaLP will launch the State of the World’s Cash report in the Asia region through a dedicated event with the Regional Cash Working Group. More information and details of how to join here.

posted by Tegan Rogers  14.5.18

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Upcoming event: Learning from CTP in the Ebola response

Join us for a dissemination event on May 29 in Dakar, Senegal, to explore the findings from CaLP's research on the use of cash transfers in the Ebola response, and how this can inform our responses in future epidemics.

posted by Tegan Rogers  09.5.18

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