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Ongoing and future CTP research

This page is a space to share and learn about ongoing and planned research as well as upcoming opportunities. It should be used by agencies commissioning research to find opportunities for collaboration; for donors to promote research funding opportunities; and for academics to identify work opportunities.

This needs your input! Please share your research plans with CaLP. This includes, but is not limited to, program evaluations, systematic reviews and case studies. CaLP’s members-only Research Advisory Group is used as a forum to improve collaboration on research objectives and quality.

Ongoing Research

Project information 

Geographic location

Contact (name & email) - optional

Expected completion date

CaLP and the London School of Economics - Evidence map on the impact of CTP in humanitarian contexts on education and child protection outcomes

Global

Stefan Bumbacher

August 2018

CaLP - Case study of risk management in Mali

Mali 

Stefan Bumbacher

August 2018

CaLP - Case study of risk management in Yemen

Yemen

Stefan Bumbacher

October 2018

Concern Worldwide - Impact of conditional cash transfers on nutrition outcomes in Somalia

Somalia

Brianna Martin

June 2020

World Vision - Evidence review of cash & child protection to help guide and prioritize further work in building the evidence base for child protection and humanitarian cash transfers.

Global

Kevin Savage

October 2018

World Vision - Cash And Vouchers for Nutrition in Wajid, Somalia. This research will provide evidence on the impact of modalities on nutrition and health outcomes for pregnant and lactating women and children under five years of age.

Wajid, Somalia

Kevin Savage

N/A

World Vision - Cash Based Programming and Protection Study in Iraq's Kurdistan Region

Kurdistan Region of Iraq, Iraq

Belete Temesgen

August 2018

Impact of Unconditional Cash Transfers on Child Labour among Syrian Refugee Children in Bekaa, Lebanon 

Bekaa, Lebanon

Belete Temesgen

September 2018

World Vision - Nutrition Sensitive Cash-Based Programming Value Determination. This three-country (South Sudan, Somalia, Bangladesh) case study will document lessons and new learning to enhance effectiveness and efficiency of cash-based programs to address nutritional outcomes.

South Sudan, Bangladesh, Somalia

Belete Temesgen

September 2018

World Vision - S.Sudanese Refugee Response: Optimizing Unconditional Cash Transfers and Choice Architecture. The research compares welfare indicators between a group of households who design and receive their own optimal assistance package (treatment households) and a group of households who continue to receive their current assistance package (control households).

West Nile, Uganda

Belete Temesgen

April 2019

World Food Programme - The Potential of Cash-Based Interventions to Promote Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment

Bangladesh, Egypt, Jordan, Mali, Rwanda, El Salvador

Jacqueline Paul

March 2019

Global Education Cluster - study on current practices in CTP in education in emergences (EiE), including a desk-based review, country case studies in Iraq, DR Congo, and Somalia, and recommendations for future programming.

Global

Dana Cristescu

November 2018

Women's Refugee Commission and the London School of Economics - Evidence map on the impact of CTP in humanitarian contexts on gender-based violence outcomes. 

Global

Tenzin Manell

November 2018

Future Research

Project information

Geographic location

Contact (name & email) - - optional

Expected completion date

Save the Children UK and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine with other agencies - CTP and Health Outcomes as part of RECAP Research Project ("Applied Use of Economic Methods in Humanitarian Crises") ToR available here.

Lebanon, Sierra Leone, Uganda

Francesca Battistin

September 2021

Upcoming research events & funding opportunities

Have you recently completed a research piece? Make sure it is submitted for uploading to CaLP’s resource library, and promote it through CaLP’s d-groups.