Cash in crisis: The case of Zimbabwe’s ‘Cash First’ humanitarian response

CARE International UK, July 2017

4 pp. 230 kB
http://insights.careinternational.org.uk/media/k2/attachments/CARE_Cash-in-crisis-
policy-brief_2017-July.pdf

Based on the experience of delivering the first large-scale humanitarian cash programme in Zimbabwe, this briefing paper argues that even during a liquidity crisis, cash transfer programming can still be a feasible option, giving people greater freedom and dignity of choice during times of crisis. The paper concludes that cash transfers are a cost-effective and cost-efficient modality for meeting community needs, and makes policy recommendations for future cash transfer programming.

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