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CaLP Markets webinar series: Join our first webinar on March 14th!

The use of Market-Based Programming (MBP) in humanitarian contexts is increasing and improving in large due to the increased uptake of cash transfer programming (CTP) across sectors.   As a result, humanitarian organisations have progressively focused on understanding markets to determine the most appropriate response and delivery modality.

Over the last year, there have been a number of key technical developments to facilitate the use of MBP. On March 14th, CaLP's Markets Working Group  will be  launching a webinar series to share those developments with the community of practice.

The webinar will include presentations on:

  • The revised Market-Based Programming spectrum - by CRS
  • The Minimum Standard for Market Analysis - by CaLP
  • The Markets Compass (which enables you to select the right Market analysis tool) - by Oxfam
  • A new template for collating market analysis information - by ACAPS
  • The Market Information framework (which helps practitioner understand the breath of decisions that can be informed by market data) - by IRC

The webinar will be taken place on March 14th at 2PM GMT. Please join the webinar session via the following link

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