NEW: Group Cash Transfers Guidance and Tools, Report and Tip-sheet


Rediet Abebe
 

Dear D group Colleagues,

 

We hope you are well.

 

On September 2020, the Cash Learning Partnership Working Group on Cash Transfers, with support from DanChurchAid and DANIDA commissioned the development of a guidance and tools to standardise the process of designing, implementing and monitoring Group Cash Transfer (GCT) programmes as well as a report and tip sheet to address the opportunities and constraints towards the uptake of GCTs.

 

Key Aid Consulting took on this challenge and used a mixed method approach that utilized a structured desk review, Key Informant interviews, an online survey and gathered expert consensus to complete the final outputs in February 2021.

 

Upon finalization of the work, two consecutive webinars were held on March and March 11.  

 

With this finalization, we would like to share with you:

 

-       The Guidance and tools:

 

-       The Report

 

-       The Tip Sheet

 

-       The Webinar recordings (please note that the content for the two days is similar with the only difference being the panel experts who were involved):

 

o   March 10: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/ig61TfYY2gecWSW

 

§  Q&A report: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/lPPeVRvISh5Egmt

 

o   March 11: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/ZZOsZcKXmypvoqh

 

§  Q&A report: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/XFaprlDq3OJpE9E

 

-       Accompanying podcast:

 

o   English version

 

o   French Version

 

We hope that you will enjoy and learn from it.

 

Best regards,

 

The Key Aid Team. 


Nanette Antequisa
 

Dear Rediet,

Thanks much for the info.

Nanette


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On Fri, Mar 19, 2021 at 9:52 PM Rediet Abebe <rediet@...> wrote:

Dear D group Colleagues,

 

We hope you are well.

 

On September 2020, the Cash Learning Partnership Working Group on Cash Transfers, with support from DanChurchAid and DANIDA commissioned the development of a guidance and tools to standardise the process of designing, implementing and monitoring Group Cash Transfer (GCT) programmes as well as a report and tip sheet to address the opportunities and constraints towards the uptake of GCTs.

 

Key Aid Consulting took on this challenge and used a mixed method approach that utilized a structured desk review, Key Informant interviews, an online survey and gathered expert consensus to complete the final outputs in February 2021.

 

Upon finalization of the work, two consecutive webinars were held on March and March 11.  

 

With this finalization, we would like to share with you:

 

-       The Guidance and tools:

 

-       The Report

 

-       The Tip Sheet

 

-       The Webinar recordings (please note that the content for the two days is similar with the only difference being the panel experts who were involved):

 

o   March 10: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/ig61TfYY2gecWSW

 

§  Q&A report: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/lPPeVRvISh5Egmt

 

o   March 11: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/ZZOsZcKXmypvoqh

 

§  Q&A report: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/XFaprlDq3OJpE9E

 

-       Accompanying podcast:

 

o   English version

 

o   French Version

 

We hope that you will enjoy and learn from it.

 

Best regards,

 

The Key Aid Team. 


Nils Carstensen
 

... and just adding to your 'burden' - the guidelines on community cash transfers elaborated by Key Aid Consultancy on behalf of a wider subgroup under CaLP - so again another move to promote and 'legitize' a core component in sclr and similair methodologies <=:

CaLP has not released them officially yet - but as far as I know they're all done and dusted in the latest versions (links below)

Greetings
nils

nils carstensen
senior advisor
Local2GlobalProtection & DanChurch Aid
www.local2global.info
Off. +4533152800
Mb/cell +4529700641


On Fri, Mar 19, 2021 at 9:52 PM Rediet Abebe <rediet@...> wrote:

Dear D group Colleagues,

 

We hope you are well.

 

On September 2020, the Cash Learning Partnership Working Group on Cash Transfers, with support from DanChurchAid and DANIDA commissioned the development of a guidance and tools to standardise the process of designing, implementing and monitoring Group Cash Transfer (GCT) programmes as well as a report and tip sheet to address the opportunities and constraints towards the uptake of GCTs.

 

Key Aid Consulting took on this challenge and used a mixed method approach that utilized a structured desk review, Key Informant interviews, an online survey and gathered expert consensus to complete the final outputs in February 2021.

 

Upon finalization of the work, two consecutive webinars were held on March and March 11.  

 

With this finalization, we would like to share with you:

 

-       The Guidance and tools:

 

-       The Report

 

-       The Tip Sheet

 

-       The Webinar recordings (please note that the content for the two days is similar with the only difference being the panel experts who were involved):

 

o   March 10: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/ig61TfYY2gecWSW

 

§  Q&A report: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/lPPeVRvISh5Egmt

 

o   March 11: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/ZZOsZcKXmypvoqh

 

§  Q&A report: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/XFaprlDq3OJpE9E

 

-       Accompanying podcast:

 

o   English version

 

o   French Version

 

We hope that you will enjoy and learn from it.

 

Best regards,

 

The Key Aid Team. 


Nils Carstensen
 

Sorry - just ignore my e-mail below it was supposed only to go for an in-house collegue... but obviously hit the wrong button... malish!
nils


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... and just adding to your 'burden' - the guidelines on community cash transfers elaborated by Key Aid Consultancy on behalf of a wider subgroup under CaLP - so again another move to promote and 'legitize' a core component in sclr and similair methodologies <=:

CaLP has not released them officially yet - but as far as I know they're all done and dusted in the latest versions (links below)

Greetings
nils

nils carstensen
senior advisor
Local2GlobalProtection & DanChurch Aid
www.local2global.info
Off. +4533152800
Mb/cell +4529700641


On Fri, Mar 19, 2021 at 9:52 PM Rediet Abebe <rediet@...> wrote:

Dear D group Colleagues,

 

We hope you are well.

 

On September 2020, the Cash Learning Partnership Working Group on Cash Transfers, with support from DanChurchAid and DANIDA commissioned the development of a guidance and tools to standardise the process of designing, implementing and monitoring Group Cash Transfer (GCT) programmes as well as a report and tip sheet to address the opportunities and constraints towards the uptake of GCTs.

 

Key Aid Consulting took on this challenge and used a mixed method approach that utilized a structured desk review, Key Informant interviews, an online survey and gathered expert consensus to complete the final outputs in February 2021.

 

Upon finalization of the work, two consecutive webinars were held on March and March 11.  

 

With this finalization, we would like to share with you:

 

-       The Guidance and tools:

 

-       The Report

 

-       The Tip Sheet

 

-       The Webinar recordings (please note that the content for the two days is similar with the only difference being the panel experts who were involved):

 

o   March 10: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/ig61TfYY2gecWSW

 

§  Q&A report: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/lPPeVRvISh5Egmt

 

o   March 11: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/ZZOsZcKXmypvoqh

 

§  Q&A report: https://keyaidconsulting.owncloud.online/s/XFaprlDq3OJpE9E

 

-       Accompanying podcast:

 

o   English version

 

o   French Version

 

We hope that you will enjoy and learn from it.

 

Best regards,

 

The Key Aid Team.