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Saskia Harmsen

Dear all,

Especially DCA and Key Aid Consulting colleagues,

The below webinar sounds hugely interesting and very relevant for us all to learn more about!

In case I cannot stay for the entire webinar, will they be recorded so they can be shared with colleagues afterwards?  That would be very valuable to me, Oxfam colleagues and partners!

Many thanks for your continued leadership on this approach, and sharing your learnings practically through the development of this guidance and tools.

Yours kindly, saskia


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Hope all is well,
Following the email below, please note that I will not be able to attend the meeting due to urgent issue.
Please accept my apologies.
Best regards,
Abdalhadi – CFTA

Abdalhadi Abdalhadi
The Culture and Free Thought Association-CFTA
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Subject: [community-crisis-response] Webinar: Group Cash Transfers (GCTs) - Design, Implementation and Monitoring

Dear D-Group colleagues,

Key Aid Consulting<> is pleased to invite you to the presentation of a DanChurchAid<> (DCA)<> commissioned guidance and tools to standardise the process of designing, implementing and monitoring Group Cash Transfer (GCT) programmes.


Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) have received much attention over the last 10 years as a means of providing targeted assistance to individuals and households. However, little attention has been paid to localisation and the scalable use of Group Cash Transfers (GCTs) to enable community-led responses to disasters led by affected populations themselves.

With this realisation, DanChurchAid (DCA) commissioned the development of guidance and tools to standardise the process of designing, implementing and monitoring GCT programmes as well as a report and tip sheet to address the opportunities and constraints towards the uptake of GCTs.

With the finalisation of the guidance and tools, Key Aid Consulting invites you to participate in one of our webinars where we will be presenting these. Furthermore, a small panel of local actors with experience in GCTs will discuss some of their experiences, challenges and recommendations on the way forward for GCTs, which is a unique opportunity to understand the approach and how to incorporate it in your work.

The webinar is for actors engaged in both humanitarian and development programming including local and national actors, international NGOs and UN agencies as well as donors. You do not need to have CVA experience to benefit from the discussions.
Please Join us in for one of the following slots:

Wednesday, 10 March 2021: 10:00 am EST / 16:00 CET / 15:00 GMT / 18:00 EAT:
Thursday, 11 March 2021: 14:30 India Standard Time / 16:00 IndoChina Time/ 09:00 am GMT:

Invitation poster can be found here:
Rediet Abebe Kabeta

Key Aid Consulting

Humanitarian consultants
Cash & markets, evaluation and learning lab

Cell: +33766578774
Skype: redietabebe2

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