by Barnaby Willitts-King and John Bryant
Overseas Development Institute (ODI), January 2017

20 pp. 96 kB
https://www.odi.org/sites/odi.org.uk/files/resource-documents/11284.pdf

Humanitarian cash transfers after the 2015 Nepal earthquakes were a major and highly appropriate part of the response given the challenging logistics of delivering in-kind aid to remote mountainous areas. But the Government of Nepal and humanitarian agencies were not sufficiently prepared to respond rapidly to this disaster using humanitarian cash responses to their maximum potential. While there has been some progress towards being able to mount better, more efficient and large scale cash responses in the future, cash preparedness still remains too low a priority in Nepal given the disasters that will continue to affect the country.

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