6 edition of Cash-Transfer Programming in Emergencies (Oxfam Skills and Practice Series) found in the catalog.
by Oxfam Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Pantaleo Creti (Editor), Susanne Jaspars (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||116|
Where markets and financial sector are functioning, cash transfers can be an effective path to achieve food security and nutrition outcomes. The World Food Programme (WFP) uses cash transfers to empower people with choice to address their essential needs in local markets, while also helping to boost these markets. In , WFP transferred a record-high US$ billion of purchasing power to. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Oxfam Skills and Practice: Cash-Transfer Programming in Emergencies (, Paperback) at the best online prices at .
The growing use of cash transfer programming in emergencies has made us more conscious of how important this step is, primarily as a result of the broader analysis necessary to ensure that markets can be used to support humanitarian response. Use of cash transfers as a response option has shifted programming logic from a focus on the. GRANTS RELATED TO CASH TRANSFER RECEI PEOPLE ASSISTED THROUGH CASH TRANSFERS IN , US$ DISTRIBUTED IN CONDITIONAL CASH TRANSFER Uganda cash based programming donors include: WFP, UNHCR Cash based program-ming in Uganda takes place in Arua District. Uganda is facing a refugee crisis and is now hosting million refugees.
A new guide by Oxfam on Cash Programming in Emergencies addresses many of these issues. In this guide, the first of its kind, Oxfam staff present the rationale behind cash-transfer programmes, compare cash grants, vouchers, and cash-for-work, and describe the practical steps in the implementation of each. Cash-transfer programming in emergencies / Author: edited by Pantaleo Creti and Susanne Jaspars. Publication info: Oxford, UK: Oxfam GB,
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In emergencies, distributing cash can often meet people's immediate needs more quickly Cash-Transfer Programming in Emergencies book appropriately than the direct distribution of commodities. Cash gives people choices and thereby preserves their dignity.
This publication also includes a series of 15 quick-reference cards which summarise the key approaches from the by: Good Practice Review: Cash transfer programming in emergencies is commissioned and published by the Humanitarian Practice Network at ODI in partnership with the Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP) with support from the Directorate General for Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection (ECHO), through the International Federation of Red Cross and Red.
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By Paul Harvey, Sarah Bailey. June The vast majority of international humanitarian aid is provided in-kind, in the form of food, seeds, tools, medicines, shelter materials and household goods. At the same time, however, there is a significant and growing body of experience with the provision of.
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assessment. Nor does it cover other types of cash-transfer intervention: micro-finance, credit, insurance, tax breaks, or budget support, for example. Table 1 lists basic definitions of the most common types of cash programme in emergencies. 2 Cash-Transfer Programming in Emergencies.
CASH TRANSFER PROGRAMMING IN URBAN EMERGENCIES In order to undertake research on the use of cash transfers in urban emergencies, establishing.
definitions of both cash transfers and urban emergency proved necessary. The working definitions below reflect an evolving collective understanding of these concepts within the humanitarian Size: 2MB.
Cash transfer based programming (CTP) is an effective and flexible way to support people affected by emergencies, maintaining their dignity and choice, while fostering local economies.
CTP includes all forms of cash and voucher-based assistance. The Cash in Emergencies Toolkit has been devised as a means to make tools, practical guidance and minimum standards easily accessible to staff and.
Service provided by UN-OCHA. OCHA coordinates the global emergency response to save lives and protect people in humanitarian crises. We advocate for effective and principled humanitarian action by all, for all. Cash transfer programs can be implemented in a number of contexts.
Before a disaster occurs, cash transfers may be provided in preparation for a predictable shock or as a risk reduction strategy (e.g. irrigation or retaining walls).
Good Practice Review: Cash transfer programming in emergencies Log in to add to library Across the humanitarian sector there is growing recognition that cash and voucher transfers can support people affected by disasters in ways that maintain human dignity, provide access to food and shelter and help rebuild or protect livelihoods.
This publication is adapted from Cash-Transfer Programming in Emergencies, edited by Pantaleo Creti and Suzanne Jaspers. ISBN 0 1, published by Oxfam GB in Available from: Bournemouth English Book Centre, PO BoxParkstone, Dorset, BH12 3YD, UK tel: +44 (0) ; fax: +44 (0) ; email: [email protected] Practical Action Publishing Ltd, Company Reg.
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The Cash Transfer Programming (CTP) Toolkit is a basic guide to cash transfer programming in emergency response and early recovery settings. It aligns with Mercy Corps’ Vision for Change 1 and.
In humanitarian emergencies, cash transfer programming (CTP) provides affected populations with the flexibility and freedom to define and prioritize their short- and/or long-term essential food and non-food needs.
By placing cash directly into the hands of beneficiaries, CTP allows people to establish, or re-establish, their livelihoods and. manuals for cash transfer programming in emergencies.
Oxfam has published cash transfer guidelines (Creti and Jaspars, ). Save the Children UK, Oxfam GB and BRC are jointly developing training modules for cash programming. UN agencies The main UN agencies involved in cash programming are WFP, UNDP and UNICEF.As Cyprus takes over the presidency of the council of the European Union, the council held a workshop on cash transfer programming in emergencies.
Sarah Bailey presented an HPG report: The impact of cash transfers on nutrition in emergency and transitional contexts.Humanitarian Guidance note: CASH TRANSFER PROGRAMMING 11/ 1 INTRODUCTION This Guidance Note provides DFID staff with an overview of key components of cash transfer programming (CTP) in emergencies, including operational conditions required to assess its feasibility & Size: KB.