Cash Information Management (IM) seeks to enable efficient and transparent cash assistance programming through support to operational data collection, analysis, documentation and reporting activities. Explore this page for detailed information on Cash IM support services, competencies, templates and more.
9 June 2021
Digital identity: enabling dignified access to humanitarian services in migration
This report sheds light on the needs and concerns of people on the move when it comes to identification, based on interviews with a range of migration experts and stakeholders. The report also makes specific recommendations for organisations contemplating the use of digital technology to identify the migrants they serve.
28 January 2021
Practical Guidance for Data Protection in Cash and Voucher Assistance – A supplement to the Cash in Emergencies Toolkit
This guidance provides key considerations on data protection and supports cash practitioners throughout decision making and implementation, while referencing the processes in the Cash in Emergencies toolkit (CiE).
1 January 2020
Review of Red Rose Platform Pilot in the Distribution of Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets in Pakistan
This resource focuses on a project to control malaria in the high-risk areas of Pakistan by distributing 2.5 million long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLIN) in 12 districts of Sindh. IFRC piloted RedRose in collaboration with other National Societies including PRCS.
1 January 2019
Learning Review: RedRose Cash Data Management Pilots 2018
This review was commissioned after the IFRC’s RedRose pilots in 2018 to document the lessons learned, opportunities and challenges in implementing data management for Cash and Voucher Assistance.
31 December 2017
Data protection and humanitarian action
Protecting individuals' personal data is an integral part of protecting their life and dignity. This is why personal data protection is of fundamental importance for humanitarian organizations.
23 August 2017
Handbook on Data Protection in Humanitarian Action
Organisation:ICRC and Brussels Privacy Hub
This Handbook was published as part of the Brussels Privacy Hub and ICRC’s Data Protection in Humanitarian Action project. It is aimed at the staff of humanitarian organizations involved in processing personal data as part of humanitarian operations.
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