Blockchain Open Loop Cash Transfer Pilot Project
In May 2018, the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) in collaboration with the Kenyan Red Cross (KRCSS) conducted the Blockchain Open Loop Payments Pilot Project in Isiolo County, Kenya, assisting over two thousand households affected by drought. The objective was to explore the risks and benefits of blockchain technology for humanitarian cash transfer programming (CTP). Download the final report and review the Blockchain Learning and Opportunities Presentation. 
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