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5 December, 2022
This online workshop hosted by CALP Network will take a deeper look at CVA in relation to the environmental crisis. The workshop will look at the potential CVA has as a force for good, what more can be done to integrate environmental thinking into its use and how the wider CVA policy framework could better include environmental considerations.
28 November, 2022
The Cash and WASH Technical Working Group (TWG) is promoting the broader use of Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) and Market-Based Programming (MBP) in the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement for WASH outcomes. While the number of practitioners in Red Cross Red Crescent network using CVA and MBP increases, it is not always easy to find our place within different approaches, methods, and tools. The TWG is excited to invite two practitioners from South Asia to share their experiences in this session.
Online & in-person
3 November, 2022 – 3 November, 2022
The International Committee Red Cross in collaboration with the Norwegian Red Cross are hosting a Market Dialogue session to scope innovative solutions to increase access and engagement with healthcare outside of traditional contexts.
3 November, 2022
This webinar, hosted by CaLP, in partnership with UNICEF, Save the Children and the Red Cross Movement, aims to build the capacity of actors in the region on the analysis and adaptations to design and use cash transfer modalities to prevent malnutrition.
15 September, 2022
Organisation: Cash Hub
Cash and voucher assistance (CVA) has increasingly been recognized as an effective and dignified form of assistance to the most at risk. Globally, the IFRC has committed to scale up its CVA to be used in at least 50 per cent of all its humanitarian assistance by 2025. This webinar, hosted by the Global Migration Task Force, aims to explore and discuss the experiences, the opportunities, the challenges and the lessons learned in providing CVA to migrants.
30 March, 2022
Organisation: Cash Hub
We hear little about how Red Cross Red Crescent National Societies can respond to the day-to-day crisis that people face, such as house fires or localised flooding, with CVA. Canadian Red Cross and American Red Cross will share on their personal crisis response. They intend to highlight how this has allowed them to mainstream CVA across their organisations, and some of the challenges, learning and modifications to their CVA that have arisen in relation to this type of day-to-day service delivery.
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