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Contribute to improved practice for CTP in Wash and Shelter!

Cash Transfer Programming is increasingly being used to meet WaSH and Shelter outcomes, yet there is a lot to be learned to ensure that appropriate analysis is conducted throughout the programme cycle and that quality outcomes can be achieved. 

CaLP has now partnered with the London School of Economics to conduct research on how to improve practice for CTP in wash and shelter. In order to collect Wash and Shelter practitioners experiences CaLP is launching a survey that will contribute towards the overall research. The findings will feed into a final report and contribute to the broader learning agenda of CaLP and its partners on market-based interventions in these sectors.

Please follow the link to the survey here:

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