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Webinar: Making cash really work: Ensuring effectiveness of cash-based programs

On December 10, CRS and The Tops Program will conduct the webinar “Making cash really work: Ensuring effectiveness of cash based programs”.

As cash programs, including multi-purpose cash grants (MPG), are becoming more prevalent,this session will consider how we define impact and effectiveness in market based and cash based programs, and what we still need to figure out.

The webinar will be moderated by Jenny Coneff from the Cash Learning Partnership and it is the third installement of the Cash Learning Series: "Making Cash Really Work: Ensuring Effectiveness of Cash-based Programs"hosted by CRS and the Tops Program.

This session will take place on Thrusday, December 10 at 9:00am to 10:15am (Washington, USA EDT time). For more information on the speakers and how to register please click here.

 

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