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Partnering with Mobile Network Operators in Zimbabwe to Deliver Cash Transfers
Delivery Mechanism Mapping for Cash Based Interventions in Cox’s Bazaar Bangladesh
The ‘Delivery Mechanism Mapping for Cash Based Interventions (CBI) in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh’ was conducted in December 2017 by a ‘Cash Champion’ deployed from Catholic Relief Services (CRS) with the support of the Global Shelter Cluster and ECHO, and involved consultations with numerous...
Managing Cash-Based Programmes in a Volatile Markets Contexts: The Case of Delivering Cash Using Mobile Money During the Zimbabwe Cash Liquidity Crisis
Cash or in-kind? Why not both? Response Analysis Lessons from Multimodal Programming
This research reviews lessons learned about response analysis from multimodal responses, that is, responses in which practitioners determined that more than one response modality between cash,vouchers, and in-kind, was a “best fit” or in which the conclusions about “best fit” changed over...
Kenya Red Cross Society Using New Technology to Reach Communities in Hardship Areas
Guide ELAN pour l’évaluation d’argent mobile et l’établissement de contrat
Guides et outils
L’argent mobile offre le potentiel énorme de permettre des transferts d’argent liquide à l’échelle et de relier des participants de programme à des services financiers. Fréquemment, cependant, les professionnels humanitaires ont des difficultés à comprendre la terminologie liée à l’argent...
A buffer against the drought
Exploitation des technologies numériques dans les transferts monétaires mis en oeuvre lors de la réponse à l’épidémie d’Ebola
Cash-based transfers. Analytical Paper on WHS Self-Reporting on the Agenda for Humanity
Forty-three stakeholders reported on World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) commitments related to cash-based transfers (CBT). Self-reports indicate that cash is increasingly a preferred option, when appropriate, taking into account context and feasibility considerations. Cash programming is being streamlined...
Adaptable and effective: Cash in the face of multi-dimensional crisis
A summary of the learnings and recommendations from an internal and external evaluation of the Emergency Cash-First Response to Drought-Affected Communities in the Southern Provinces of Zimbabwe project which was carried out from August 2015 to May 2017. The external evaluation was carried out by Oxford...