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- Upon request of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Principals at their meeting on December 11, 2015, the World Bank agreed to coordinate a process of reviewing key issues and options for significantly scaling up the use of multipurpose cash transfers (MPCTs; including digital cash and vouchers) in the humanitarian space. This note lays out the main findings and options emerging from the process. The main text is complemented by a set of seven appendixes, detailing the process and feedback received, as well as presenting a thorough review of the evidence and evidence gaps in the comparative effectiveness of cash and in-kind programs across humanitarian objectives. A review of the evidence of in-kind programs, on their own, is beyond the scope of this note.
- Specific activities were defined in a subsequent meeting (see appendixes B and C), and include the following: (1) review the evidence of existing cash programming in the field; and (2) develop strategic recommendations on cash programming, including coordination based on analysis of commonalities and specificities, cost-effectiveness, and direct applicability to people’s needs. This note centers on the latter, while the former is included as appendix A, “Humanitarian Cash and In-Kind Transfers across Sectors: Selection, Performance, and Research Priorities.”
- A core team from the World Bank, together with a senior independent consultant, completed more than 25 meetings with dozens of agencies and country representatives (appendix D). Together with the extensive literature reviewed, those consultations were instrumental in capturing good practice and identifying strategic recommendations. The results of these interviews were documented in an anonymous format and can be found in appendix E.
- This note synthesizes main issues and findings from the process, including defining overarching issues (next section), setting out the overall context in which a wider use of cash should be considered (section 3), and identifying the specific areas to help unleash a wider use of cash transfers when and where appropriate (section 4). 1. Background Figure: Select process milestones December 2015 Note request by IASC Submission of Consultations Workshop final draft March 2016 April 2016 May 2016 June 2016 World Humanitarian Summit, including Grand Bargain Submission of first draft February 2016
Final draft prepared for the Principals of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee The World Bank Group June 2016
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