What makes CaLP unique is its diversity. CaLP members currently include local and international non-governmental organisations, United Nations agencies, the Red Cross/Crescent Movement, donors, specialist social innovation, technology and financial services companies, researchers and academics, and individual practitioners.
Together we seek to better meet the needs and improve the outcomes for people affected by crisis. To do this we ensure that CVA is a central, scalable component of quality, timely and appropriate humanitarian assistance, and that the need to sustain positive outcomes for people over the longer term is considered.
We envision a future where people are enabled to overcome crises with dignity, by exercising choice and their right to self-determination. This helps to sustain their well-being over time.
To do this we catalyse the power, knowledge and capacities of our diverse global network, alongside other local, national, regional and global actors, all of whom are seeking to secure better outcomes for people living in crisis contexts. Our role as a collective is to generate alignment in the approaches and actions of those within and across our network, in order to help optimise the quality and scale of humanitarian CVA.
CaLP Annual Report 2020-21
This annual report describes CaLP's main activities, challenges and achievements from 2020-2021.
CaLP Annual Report 2019-20
As the scale of Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) continues to increase rapidly – progressing from $2 billion in 2015 to $5.6 billion in 2019 – issues related to quality are of growing...
CaLP Annual Report 2018-19
CaLP’s annual report for the financial year 2018-19 presents the evolution of CaLP as a global network of humanitarian actors, since its creation in 2005. It shines a light on the use, the...
CaLP Annual Report 2017-18
CaLP’s Annual Report for the financial year 2017-18 gives an overview of the progress made by the network of 74 organizations towards the priorities laid out in the Global Framework for Action....