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Delivering Money: Cash transfer mechanisms in emergencies

Delivering Money: Cash transfer mechanisms in emergencies

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Governments and international aid agencies are increasingly giving cash to people after disasters as a mechanism to provide emergency relief. Indeed, cash transfers form the basis of an increasing volume of humanitarian aid in emergency related programmes across the world. The humanitarian sector requires answers to key questions that will enable smoother and more effective analysis of the context to aid the decision-making and design of cash transfer programmes. In particular it remains uncertain how to analyse the appropriateness of different and innovative cash transfer mechanisms. Save the Children UK, along with Oxfam GB and the British Red Cross from the Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP), is pleased to launch Delivering Money: Cash Transfer Mechanisms in Emergencies, funded by the European Commissions Humanitarian Aid Department (ECHO).This report documents lessons learned from previous experience and provides guidance for project managers needing to make choices about how best to deliver cash to people.
Governments and international aid agencies are increasingly giving cash to people after disasters as a mechanism to provide emergency relief. Indeed, cash transfers form the basis of an increasing volume of humanitarian aid in emergency related programmes across the world. The humanitarian sector requires answers to key questions that will enable smoother and more effective analysis of the context to aid the decision-making and design of cash transfer programmes. In particular it remains uncertain how to analyse the appropriateness of different and innovative cash transfer mechanisms. Save the Children UK, along with Oxfam GB and the British Red Cross from the Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP), is pleased to launch Delivering Money: Cash Transfer Mechanisms in Emergencies, funded by the European Commissions Humanitarian Aid Department (ECHO).This report documents lessons learned from previous experience and provides guidance for project managers needing to make choices about how best to deliver cash to people.

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DELIVERING MONEY
CASH TRANSFER MECHANISMSIN EMERGENCIES
 
DELIVERING MONEY
CASH TRANSFER MECHANISMSIN EMERGENCIES
PAUL HARVEY, KATHERINE HAVER,JENNY HOFFMANN AND BRENDA MURPHY,HUMANITARIAN OUTCOMES
 
Published on behalf of the Cash Learning Partnership bySave the Children UK1 St John’s LaneLondon EC1M 4ARUKFirst published 2010© The Save the Children Fund 2010The Save the Children Fund is a charity registered in England and Wales(213890) and Scotland (SC039570).Registered Company No.178159This publication is copyright,but may be reproduced by any methodwithout fee or prior permission for teaching purposes,but not forresale.For copying in any other circumstances,prior written permissionmust be obtained from the publisher,and a fee may be payable.Typeset by Grasshopper Design CompanyPrinted by Stephen Austin & Sons Ltd
The Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP) works to improve the quality of cash andvoucher transfer programming across the humanitarian sector.It does this by:building the capacity of practitionerscarrying out evidence-based research in order to influence key stakeholdersproviding a platform to share knowledge and experience with practitionersand policy-makers.CaLP was originally founded by the British Red Cross,Save the Children UK andOxfam GB in 2006.Its steering committee has since expanded to include theNorwegian Refugee Council and Action Against Hunger USA.
Join the CaLP community of practice at: http://dgroups.org/directory/index.ashx?page=13

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