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Zimbabwe Cash Delivery Partners Report

2012 — By D. Gourlay

Over the past few years Zimbabwe has witnessed a significant increased in the use of cash transfers within policies and programs providing humanitarian aid. This has resulted is an increasing desire on the part of humanitarian agencies to partner with private sector financial service providers in the delivery of cash to the beneficiaries within relief and recovery programs.

In order to facilitate such partnerships, the multi-agency Cash Transfer Working Group, with the assistance of the Cash Learning Partnership, set out to compile a database of financial service providers with expertise relevant to the delivery of cash transfers within humanitarian programs. The focus of the database is financial service institutions and technology-based money transfer agencies. The database thus does not include cash-in-transit (CIT) or security companies.