Browse the video library of the Cash Hub platform.
Discover all the videos published on the Cash Hub platform, searching by keyword, and learn about the use of cash in different contexts. To flag a video that could be added to this library contact us with a link to the new resource.
25 May 2021
Video on the Househould Economic Security (HES)
This short video gives and overview of how HES findings are a useful tool for selecting and identifying vulnerable groups for inclusion into a variety of programmes, based on their food and income sources and capacity to withstand livelihood related contextual risks.
21 May 2021
Recording of Cash Hub webinar 21
Recording of the 21st Cash Hub webinar, during which ICRC, the Sierra Leone Red Cross and BRC shared experiences, challenges and learning from contracting and working with Financial Service Providers (FSPs).
4 May 2021
The use of RedRose in Rwanda
This is a recording of a session organised for the IFRC Data and Digtial weel to to hear a brief introduction of RedRose from the field team in Rwanda. The Rwandan Red Cross started its implementation of the RedRose platform in 2020 with the support of the British Red Cross and IFRC.
21 April 2021
Recording of Cash Hub webinar 20
Recording of the 20th Cash Hub webinar, which focused on how National Societies used Cash and Voucher Assistance to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak, with examples from the Albanian Red Cross and Serbian Red Cross and an introduction from the IFRC Cash Global Lead.
31 March 2021
Zambia Red Cross Emergency Cash Transfer Response during COVID-19
Organisation:Zambia Red Cross Society
Watch this short video on how ZRCS has provided cash support people without an income or at risk of adopting negative coping mechanisms to meet urgent needs in the context of the global pandemic.
24 March 2021
Cash for Health in Kenya
Short video on the use of conditional and unrestricted cash assistance to incentivise access to health services of expecting and lactating women, and adolescent girls and to address the economic impact of COVID-19. The programme reached 915 households in Taveta Sub County (Kenya).
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