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If you weren't able to attend the Global Cash Forum, you can catch up with all the panels and speakers:

Morning Session

 

Afternoon session

  

Hear Professor Jennifer Welsh's thoughts about the Global Cash Forum

 

Background

In recent years, cash programming has emerged as one of the most significant innovations in humanitarian response. Major donors and agencies have made public commitments to increase its use, for instance through the Grand Bargain. Now, work is under way to build the sector-wide capacity to turn those commitments into action.  

The Global Cash Forum addressed substantial collective issues to enable the sector to realise recent commitments made to cash programming, as laid out in CaLP’s Global Framework for Action. The Forum was organised in collaboration with other initiatives, such as the Grand Bargain.

Participants had the opportunity to:

  • Strengthen their network of influential actors working on cash,
  • Learn about good practices they can apply in their work,
  • Gain deeper insights into key collective challenges and potential solutions, in order to drive the cash reform.

The keynote speech was given by Androulla Kaminara, Director at ECHO, on ECHO’s vision for the future of cash programming in humanitarian response.

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Who?

The Forum brought together the world's leading stakeholders working on cash transfer programming in humanitarian response, including governments, the UN, NGOs and the private sector.

For more information: Contact Rose Smith, CaLP Membership Officer: membership@cashlearning.org 

When was it?

28th June 2017

View a full recording of the day's events:

http://bit.ly/GlobalCashForumLive

Where?

Varembé Conference Centre (CCV), Genève

9-11 Rue de Varembé, Genève

 

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