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1000 projects live on the Cash Atlas!

CaLP is pleased to announce that the Cash Atlas now features 1000 projects showing the usage of cash transfer programming at global level.

The Cash Atlas was developed by CaLP to visually demonstrate the use and utility of CTPs across different sectors and contexts. On this mapping tool users will be able to access the latest information on cash transfers programming as well as extract the data and save it. 

The cash atlas is available in English, French and Spanish.





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