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Review of Food for Peace Market-Based Emergency Food Assistance Programs: Nigeria Case Study Report
Nigeria is an example of food assistance in a conflict situation in the Sahelian context. The response used information technology to deliver one of the more sophisticated applications of voucher programs. This case is a good example of proactive implementing partner (IP) mechanisms and monitoring systems...
Hygiene NFI Provision through Cash Assistance with E-Voucher Modality: PDM
Gure- Shembola Refugee camp E-vouchor pilot program- Learning Document
Digital Financial Service Ecosystems in Bidi Bidi Refugee Settlement
A report about the Digital financial services ecosystem Bidibidi refugee settlement, Uganda. This document consists of a mapping of the six pillars of the DFS in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement and Host Community, with funding from UNCDF.
CTP in Challenging Contexts: Case study on CTP and risks in northern Mali
This case study was commissioned by the the CALP Network as the first output under the 2018–2019 workstream on cash transfer programming (CTP) and associated risks. The study aims to contribute to the body of evidence on CTP-related risks and mitigation strategies by drawing lessons learnt and...
Cash Transfer Programming in Armed Conflict: The ICRC’s Experience
Money is the main means of survival for most people around the world. That remains the case in situations of armed conflict, when having cash to buy essential goods can mean the difference between life and death.
The ICRC’s experience shows that cash is an essential tool in humanitarian action in armed...
Harnessing Digital Technology for Cash Transfer Programming in the Ebola Response. Lessons Learned from USAID/Office of Food for Peace Partners’ West Africa Ebola Responses (2015–2016)
Globally, the adoption of digital technology has grown alongside the increase in cash transfer programming (CTP), often through the use of e-transfers, in part because of the potential gains in accountability, efficiency (cost and time) and effectiveness. The 2015 High Level Panel on Cash Transfers...
How We Built a Global Action Agenda to Enable Digital Payments in Humanitarian Response
In recent years, digital payments have emerged as an essential, high-impact tool for humanitarian response. They can enable humanitarian responders to quickly reach people with assistance, and in ways that provide both short- and long-term benefits to those in need, such as access to safe and portable...
Zimbabwe ‘Cash First’ Humanitarian Response 2015–2017: Evaluation report
CARE International and World Vision International (WVI) in Zimbabwe implemented the UK Department for International Development (DFID)-funded project ‘Emergency Cash First Response to Drought-Affected Communities in the Southern Provinces of Zimbabwe’ from August 2015 to April 2017. The project...
Shock-Responsive Social Protection Systems Research: Literature Review (2nd Edition)
DFID has commissioned research into Shock-Responsive Social Protection systems, to further understand the nature of the interaction between social protection, humanitarian and disaster risk management systems and ways in which long-term social protection systems can be scaled up to provide support in...