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Exciting new partnership between the Humanitarian Leadership Academy and the Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP)

CaLP has teamed up with the Humanitarian Leadership Academy to develop a new Cash Learning Hub on the Academy's new learning platform Kaya. In this hub, CaLP will bring together a range of online courses, face to face training, and other learning resources such as videos and case studies. This will be the go-to place for all CaLP capacity building resources – including online and Face-to-Face training opportunities. This is part of CaLP’s ambition to reach 50,000 individuals with its training programmes by 2020.

Register on Kaya now to access a wide range of learning resources related to Cash Transfer Programming(CTP), and take a look at our newest e-learning courses, as well as our range of videos and webinars in both English and French.

The following courses are currently available on the Cash Learning Hub:

  • E-transfers and operationalising beneficiary data protection (English)
  • Urban CTP and Livelihoods (English, French and Spanish)
  • Introduction to Markets (English - coming soon in French and Arabic)
  • Practical Guide to Market Analysis (English - coming soon in French and Arabic)

Brand new CaLP courses - Just released!

  • Cash Transfer Programming - The Fundamentals (English - coming soon in French and Arabic)
  • CTP and Social Protection Part 1: Introduction to linking Humanitarian Cash Assistance and Social Protection (English - coming soon in French and Arabic)
  • CTP and Social Protection Part 2: Designing CTPs that are linked to Social Protection (English - coming soon in French and Arabic)

In addition to these exciting new courses, CaLP has also compiled a library of video resources on cash and markets in English and French.

Over the next few months, CaLP will be adding more content to the Cash Learning Hub, and advertising face-to-face opportunities, so watch this space!

 

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