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CaLP Board meeting
CaLP Board meeting – quarterly
CaLP Board Member
CaLP is looking for up to three new Board members to help shape the work and future direction of CaLP. We particularly welcome applications from individuals working for national CaLP member organisations, private sector CaLP member organisations and/or in countries where there are large CVA programmes.
About GiveDirectly GiveDirectly (GD) aims to reshape international giving – and millions of lives – by providing cash grants directly to the world’s poorest. The Brookings Institution estimates that $70B of cash transfers would be required to eliminate the poverty gap; the aid sector currently...
Technical Advisor, Cash Relief
The IRC’s Economic Recovery & Development (ERD) Technical Unit has a key, exciting role available for a Cash Technical Advisor. Position may be based in any country where IRC has legal registration. The successful candidate will have CVA implementation experience in diverse locations, and be willing to...
Cash Specialist, East and West Africa
The Economic Recovery and Development Technical Unit (ERD TU) is hiring a CVA Specialist to continue the scale-up of CVA programming across East and West Africa. The Specialist will collaborate with regional ERD Technical Advisors to comprehensively support IRC country teams with high quality CVA...
CaLP Technical Advisory Group (TAG) Quarterly Meeting
This is the regular quarterly meeting for CaLP’s Technical Advisory Group.
Regional Representative – West and Central Africa
Do you believe the humanitarian system can, and should, do better? Are you committed to improving cash and voucher assistance as a key part of humanitarian planning and response? Can you influence, motivate, engage, take initiative and inspire? Do you believe in the power of collective action? Do you...
US Program Associate
Location: US, Remote About GiveDirectly: GiveDirectly (GD) aims to reshape international giving – and millions of lives – by allowing donors to provide capital grants directly to the world’s poorest. The Brookings Institution estimates that $70B of cash transfers would be required to eliminate the...