Application form
To attend the CALP accredited Core Cash and Voucher Assistance Skills for programme staff training in Tongatapu from 22-26 May 2023
Sign in to Google to save your progress. Learn more
About the Course
This course is structured around the project cycle and covers all of the key skills required to design, implement and monitor cash and voucher assistance in humanitarian contexts. The course is focused on a technical/programmatic perspective and incorporates examples and case studies from multiple sectors. 

The course will be delivered in English.


To support participants to be able to integrate cash and voucher assistance into the design, implementation, and monitoring of humanitarian programming.


Participants from Tonga will be able to
  • Discuss the opportunities and challenges to delivering high quality CVA as part of humanitarian response.
  • Use various assessments, including market assessment tools, to inform CVA appropriateness.
  • Analyse assessment data to choose modality, delivery mechanism and transfer value.
  • Ensure accountability towards affected populations during the CVA design and implementation process.
  • Incorporate CVA and markets in monitoring frameworks.
  • Identify best practices for CVA quality and sustainability. 
Who is this course for?

This course is for programme staff responsible for designing, implementing, and monitoring cash transfer programmes in humanitarian contexts. This group includes programme staff, officers and managers; technical specialists from any DMT clusters and partners; monitoring/evaluation/learning specialists.

*Participation will be limited to 25 persons.*

Prerequisites: in order to get confirmation of participation, the participants must

Complete the online courses for CaLP CVA Fundamentals (approx. 4 hrs) and Introduction to Market Analysis (approx. 1 hr)

Training Fees:

This in-person course is FREE. All training materials, AM/PM snacks and lunch will be provided during the training dates (22-26 March 2022)

For participants traveling to Tongatapu for the training, you or your organization are responsible for your Visa, travel, accommodation, food and other expenses.

Date/Time: The course will be from 0830 to 1700 hours daily

Venue: TBC

Focal Points:
Rahul Mitra  -  Humanitarian Lead for Oxfam in the Pacific  -
Ali Mansoor  - Pacific Regional Cash Working Group -

The CALP accredited course is organized by Oxfam and CVA Community of Practice Tonga with technical support by PRCWG, CashCap and WFP
Clear form
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Privacy Policy