What is CaLP?

The Cash Learning Partnership aims to improve the quality of emergency cash transfer and voucher programming across the humanitarian sector.

The 5 steering committee organisations (Oxfam GB, the British Red Cross, Save the Children, the Norwegian Refugee Council and Action Against Hunger / ACF International) have come together to support capacity building, research and information-sharing on cash transfer programming as an effective tool to help deliver aid in times of crisis.

 

Vision statement

‘Humanitarian preparedness and response is more effective at meeting the diverse needs of affected people and promoting recovery’.

CaLP promotes appropriate, timely and quality cash and voucher programming in humanitarian response as a tool to contribute to this vision.

CaLP's Mission

The CaLP serves as a network to build capacity and promote the use of cash and vouchers in emergencies, share learning, and to coordinate and standardise strategies and approaches.

CaLP’s pillars of activities

Capacity building

CaLP supports key humanitarian actors in acquiring or improving their knowledge and practice to design and implement quality cash and voucher programmes.

Action research and Evidence gathering

CaLP helps key humanitarian stakeholders to access tools, good practice, action research and programme guidance to improve the quality of CTP.

Advocacy and information sharing

CaLP encourages key humanitarian stakeholders to have a better understanding of the appropriateness of CTP through targeted advocacy and information sharing.

Advocacy & coordination and contingency

CaLP pushes key humanitarian stakeholders show progress in addressing limitations in CTP coordination and preparedness through targeted advocacy and sharing

For further information on CaLP’s strategy, please visit CaLP’s website.