On 15 June 2016, CaLP hosted a webinar to explore the innovative pathways for change to deliver on the initial vision of the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) which would see cash-based assistance becoming the default method of support for people in emergencies.
Panelists were invited to present on different components of a reformed humanitarian cash assistance.
Download the presentations or watch the webinar recording here:
The World Humanitarian Summit opened on a promising note, but has the Summit delivered on its promises? We asked Nigel Timmins, Paula Gil Baizan, and Paul Harvey.
In summer 2015 a Tufts University research team travelled to southern Turkey to produce a comprehensive “lessons learned” analysis of DRC's e-voucher intervention, focusing in particular on its protection implications. Read the key recommendations from their report here.