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Impact of Microfinance Programs on Children: An annotated survey of indicators

Report

The purpose of this study is to ascertain what indicators have been used by multisectoral, child-focused non-governmental organizations (NGOs), microfinance practitioners and social performance researchers to assess processes that address children’s concerns in operations and the impact of microfinance...

2007

Mapping the Risks of Corruption in Humanitarian Action

Report

The issue of corruption in emergency relief and rehabilitation is a key concern for practitioners, who invest considerable resources and energy in trying to minimise it. However, it has barely been discussed in policy terms, and little researched. This paper aims to map the risks of corruption in the...

2006

Transferts d’argent : Programmation pour les situations d’urgences

Guides et outils

Un guide compact et concis visant à soutenir les gestionnaires de programmes afin d’évaluer si le cash est la réponse la plus appropriée en cas d’urgence et de choisir entre différents types d’interventions monétaires. Ce guide est basé sur l’expérience d’Oxfam GB sur cinq ans...

2006

Cash Transfer Programming in Emergencies

Guidelines and Tools

A compact and concise guide aimed at supporting programme managers to assess whether cash is the most appropriate response in an emergency and choose between different types of cash-based interventions.  This guide is based on the experience of Oxfam GB over five years (2000–2005) in a variety of...

2006

Walking the Talk Presentation to the Zimbabwe CTWG May 2011

Presentation

Presentation accompanying the report ‘Walking the Talk – the Impacts of Cash Transfers on Gender Relations’ commissioned by Oxfam & Concern.

2001

Cash Transfers in Emergencies: Evaluating Benefits and Assessing Risks

Report

In terms of both theory and practice, there appears to be a strong case for cash-based responses to food emergencies where the supply and market conditions are appropriate. Amartya Sen’s work on entitlements offers a solid theoretical base for cash transfers, and the practical experience so far, limited...

2001