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Welcome to the State of the World’s Cash Report Practitioner Survey

The Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP), in partnership with Accenture, is leading a research programme with our members to develop an analytical report on the current State of the World’s Cash, to be published in late 2017. This will provide an accurate and up to date account of the current state of humanitarian cash/voucher programming, evidence of progress towards global commitments, results achieved, gaps to address and future trends. 

As a member of the global cash programming community, we are seeking your opinions on various aspects of progress in humanitarian cash programming through a short survey.The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete and can be found at this link here.

Please submit your responses by 31st August, 2017.  Findings from the survey that are published in the report will not be attributed to individuals.

We will send the final report to all survey respondents. In case of any specific questions or concerns about the survey, please feel free to reach out to Aarsh aarsh.vir.gupta@accenture.com

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