Asia-Pacific

Learn more about the cash programmes and work within the Asia-Pacific region, carried out by the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. Search different resources including case studies, photos, articles and evaluations below.

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01 Jan 2019

Type: Evaluation

Organisation: ICRC, IFRC

This report evaluates the cash preparedness approaches implemented by the American Red Cross, British Red Cross, the Danish Red Cross and the IFRC from 2015-2017, with consideration of the IFRC cash preparedness pilots that took place in 2012-2013.

  • National society cash readiness
  • Cash in emergencies
  • Asia-Pacific

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01 Jan 2019

Type: Evaluation

Organisation: IFRC, ICRC

Executive summary of the report on the cash preparedness approaches implemented by the American Red Cross, British Red Cross, the Danish Red Cross and the IFRC from 2015-2017, with consideration of the IFRC cash preparedness pilots that took place in 2012-2013.

  • National society cash readiness
  • Cash in emergencies
  • Africa

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01 Dec 2018

Type: Article

Organisation: IFRC

Second edition of the Asia-Pacific newsletter with the latest updates on cash-based interventions related activities, events, publications and resources across the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Asia-Pacific

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01 Aug 2018

Type: Article

Organisation: IFRC

First edition of the Asia-Pacific newsletter with the latest updates on cash-based interventions related activities, events, publications and resources across the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Asia-Pacific

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06 Apr 2018

Type: Article

Organisation: ICRC

"Times were tough when I couldn't find work." But all that changed after Mr Majid received a cash grant as part of a programme to help people living in south-eastern Bangladesh become self-sufficient.

  • Cash in conflict
  • Cash in emergencies
  • Asia-Pacific

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01 Mar 2018

Type: Research

Organisation: German Red Cross, American Red Cross, IFRC, Climate Center

Research conducted as part of an exploratory phase of using cash transfers within Forecast-based Financing (FbF) to support the Cash Transfer Programming (CTP) efforts of the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS), the Movement and other humanitarian agencies across Bangladesh.

  • Cash technology
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Cash in emergencies

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