Shock-responsive programming – Cash in Türkiye
Due to the changing context in and out of Türkiye and emerging hazards, we strive for high adaptibility and preparedness in our cash assistance programmes to continuously meet the needs of affected communities.
1 October 2021
ESSN Post Distribution Monitoring 11
Type:post distribution monitoring
Organization:IFRC, Turkish Red Crescent (Türk Kızılay)
The study showed that non-recipient households were better in terms of having higher income and lower in LSCI and RCSI scores than PDM 10 compared with ESSN recipient households, who relied on coping strategies more than before. The Food Consumption Score also deteriorated more for ESSN recipients more than non-recipients, even though the level of expenditure on food was higher.
18 July 2021
Adaptation of Operational Activities to Humanitarian Crises: COVID-19 Pandemic
Organization:Turkish Red Crescent (Türk Kızılay)
Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Turkish Red Crescent’s (TRC) Kızılaykart Cash Based Assistance Programmes were maintained and adapted to the preventive measures across the country. This study provides information about the adaptation of operational activities due to humanitarian crises and cyclical developments, changing priorities, and experiences gained.
22 November 2020
Adapting to New Normal: Remote Focus Group Discussions During COVID-19
Organization:Turkish Red Crescent
Within the scope of Kızılaykart programmes, Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) are being conducted by the households themselves or Turkish Red Crescent Community Centers where available. Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and its related health risks, face to face FGDs could not be carried out as usual. Therefore, to enable a quick response to the pandemic situation, the current modality for FGDs has been adapted to minimise the impact of COVID-19 and to ensure the uninterrupted continuity of monitoring activities.
3 June 2020
Turkey Impact of COVID-19: On refugee populations benefitting from the Emergency Social Safety Net (ESSP) Programme
Organization:ECHO, IFRC, Turkish Red Crescent (Türk Kızılay)
The purpose of the survey was to gather data on the economic and social impact of COVID-19 on the lives of refugees benefiting from the ESSN programme to inform future implementation. The rapid assessment was conducted from 8-14 April 2020 and included 468 households. Information was collected on the income and employment situation, access to basic services and ability to use the Kızılaykart.
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