Learn more about the cash programmes and work within the African region, carried out by the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. Search different resources including case studies, photos, articles and evaluations.
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11 October 2022
PGI-Sensitive CVA Checklist
This checklist, developed by the IFRC and Africa Community of Practice to provide a checklist of PGI requirements for programming using CVA, can be used as a tool to ensure…
24 May 2022
Guidance notes on Cash Transfers in Livelihood Programming – learning workshop in Dakar (Oct 2015)
This documents shares lessons learned on the context in West Africa, makes references to practical examples, and highlights details of cash transfer programmes for livelihoods. These guidance notes are intended…
12 May 2022
Cash community for the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement
Within the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement our work on cash is guided by the Cash Peer Working Group (CPWG), a body of technical advisers who collaborate on…
6 April 2022
Global Cash Forum Report
Organization:British Red Cross, Cash Hub, ICRC, IFRC, Turkish Red Crescent (Türk Kızılay)
The Global Cash Forum, co-hosted by the Cash Hub and Turkish Red Crescent, was a virtual event involving a series of five Regional Sessions: Asia Pacific, Middle East and North…
3 March 2022
CVA in Migration Context – Voices of Migrants in Kenya
Organization:IFRC, Kenya Red Cross Society
This report summarizes community consultations that were conducted in Kakuma refugee camp and Kalobeyei integrated settlement. It introduces the local context and the current user journey, experiences and preferences around cash and voucher assistance and digital identity solutions.
3 March 2022
CVA in Migration Context – Voices of Migrants in Niger
Organization:Croix Rouge Nigerienne, IFRC
On 24–31 August 2021, the Niger Red Cross, supported by the IFRC, conducted a survey with 35 migrants in neighbourhoods around the capital city of Niamey to ask about their views on CVA, their preferences, and their views on digital identities. This report provides a summary of the responses from the migrant communities.
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