Glossary of terminology for Cash and Voucher Assistance

The Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP) produced this Glossary to provide clarity and encourage common understanding and harmonized use of terms and definitions for cash and voucher assistance. Since the first version was produced in 2011, the scale and variety of humanitarian interventions using cash and/or vouchers has expanded significantly and brought the engagement of a wider and more diverse community of practice. These changes have also been reflected in an evolving understanding and use of some definitions, and the introduction of multiple new terms. 

Download the glossary presented on December 2018.  Also, check new resources on CaLP Resources

 

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