CaLP – Cash transfer programming

Since 2010, the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department has been supporting a partnership between IFRC, CaLP and British Red Cross. The partnership seeks to use cash where it’s appropriate and to help ensure that the humanitarian community has the skills and knowledge needed for effective programming to deliver aid quickly and at-scale to those who need it the most.

CaLP – Cash transfer programming

This video, developed from this partnership, provides a quick introduction to cash transfer programming, why we do it, its potential and ways forward.

– CaLP

 

 

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http://www.cashlearning.org/

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