National society cash readiness
Strengthening national humanitarian action and localisation of aid through investments into National Societies of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement will be fundamental to building the overall capacity of the humanitarian sector to deliver more effective and efficient humanitarian assistance through uptake of cash assistance. In this section you will find resources aiming at supporting entities of the Movement, improving their capacity and operational readiness to provide scalable and timely cash assistance.
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01 Jan 2019
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.
01 Dec 2018
Organisation: Cruz Roja Ecuatoriana, Cruz Roja Alemana
Este estudio fue encargado por la Cruz Roja Alemana para apoyar la creación de evidencias y toma de decisiones vinculadas al uso de programas de transferencia de efectivo (PTE) dentro de los Protocolos basados en Pronósticos (PbP).
01 Sep 2018
Review of the Blockchain Open Loop Cash Transfer pilot project implemented in May 2018 by IFRC in collaboration with the Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) to assist over two-thousand households affected by drought in Isiolo County.
01 Aug 2018
Arabic version of a learning paper on the process and challenges in the development of a Modality Selection Framework to support National Societies in making evidence-based decisions on the best modality for the delivery of assistance.
01 Aug 2018
Type: Case study
Organisation: British Red Cross, British Virgin Islands Red Cross
This case study highlights learning from the establishment of a Joint Cash Platform to deliver cash for emergency and recovery needs in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) following hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017.
01 Aug 2018
Organisation: Caritas, CRS, British Red Cross, British Virgin Islands Red Cross
Evaluation analysing aspects of the British Virgin Islands Joint Cash Platform (JCP) Operational Model (OM) following hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017. The evaluation focuses on aspects of the JCP influencing key drivers of the quality of response as well as effectiveness, efficiency and accountability.
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