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INSTRUCTIONS: The information in this table is used to populate a live dashboard (link on the right) to map all existing and past CVA activities with a protection component from all active C4P partners. Column W allows you to write a small summary of the project, we suggest the following structure: Name of project / Goal of project / any relevant information for partners.
Please fill the information ONLY in the language that is the most convenient for you, in the English, French, Spanish or Arabic, sheets below. The sheets will be translated by our teams. Please forward any feedbacks you may have to Antoine SCIOT - asciot@gmail.com
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Country (adm1)Region (adm2)Name of project Overall objective of the programImplementing Organization(s)Organization type (Local, international)DonorStart date (Month-Year)End date (Month-year)Humanitarian setting (Refugees, IDPs, Returnees, community members)Camp setting, if applicable (in camp, out of camp)Target population group (adolescents, women, persons living with disabilities, individuals with diverse SOGIESC, etc)Target number of beneficiaries (Individuals- not HHs)Total value of CVA intervention IN USD - please write if other currencyProtection AoR (Protection, GBV, CP, HLP, MA)Interventions accompanying cash (e.g. case management)C4P classification: integrated programming, standalone, IPA, accompaniment, etc..)Categories of actions covered by CASH? (transport, shelter, Health, Legal assistance, etc..) Delivery mechanism (Mobile money transfer, cash in hand, voucher, ATM card, etc)Conditionality - if conditional, to what? Amount per person IN USD (option for range)Fixed value or individualizedFrequency of transfer (one-off, recurrent?)Presence of a Research component? (Yes/No)MONITORING - IMPACT of Project measured - OUTCOMESProject focal point nameProject focal point email adressContact e-mail(s), phone numberLink to assessment or relevant documentsID
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AlbaniaLezha, Durrës350 youth benefit from immediate humanitarian assistance, increased
access to safe spaces, educational and mental health and
psycho-social support (MHPSS) activities.
Save the ChildrenInternationalinternal fundsDecember 2021December 2021Refugeeshoused in hotelsAfghan refugee youth / adolescents36018,472CP, MHPSSconditional cash transfersDirect physical cash or cheques distributionCash for attendance50 USD per youthOne offYesJulia Grassetjulia.grasset@savethechildren.orghttps://www.calpnetwork.org/publication/cva-child-protection-summary-of-practice-and-evidence-from-save-the-children-programmes/37
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CambodiaSiem Reap, Battambang, Phnom Penh, KandalTo support vulnerable families affected by the secondary impacts of
COVID-19, to stay together in a caring and nurturing environment
and to reduce protection risks for their children.
Save the ChildrenInternationalMinistry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation (MoSVY) and FCF|REACT partners, + Internal FundsNovember 2020April 2022Local population affected by COVIDmost vulenrable families impaced by COVID193,375403,712CP, LivelihoodsCP Case Management, LivelihoodsMobile moneyUnconditional cash41 - 78 USD per householdRecurrent (8)YesJulia Grassetjulia.grasset@savethechildren.orghttps://www.calpnetwork.org/publication/cva-child-protection-summary-of-practice-and-evidence-from-save-the-children-programmes/38
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Colombia(La Guajira, Norte de
Santander, Arauca, Chocó and Nariño)
Cash within GBV Case Management for
Women and Adolescent Girls in Colombia
UNFPA piloted the integration of cash
assistance as a tool within gender-based violence
(GBV) prevention and response programming - Unrestricted
cash transfers valued at US$77 were provided for either
one or three months to women enrolled in GBV case
management.
UNFPA - John hopkinsInternational20212022RefugeesGBV survivors and women and adolescents at risk of GBV ages 14+ years
with immediate protection needs.
200GBVStandaloneelectronic transfer service77 USDFIXED valueMonthly Feelings of safety from the interviewed GBV survivors and women and adolescents at high risk of GBV increased after they received the cash assistance.
Overall, 46% of women and adolescents felt safe prior to cash transfers compared to 61% afterreceiving cash assistance; the proportion that felt safe after the transfers was similar among those that received single and recurrent transfers. At endline, zero recurrent transfer recipients reported safety/ protection as a priority unmet need compared to 16% of those who received a single transfer.
A sizable proportion of cash recipients (30%) reported spending transfer(s) on services to improve their safety/personal situation, most often new accommodation, which was reported by 17% of cash recipients with no significant difference between the single and recurrent cash transfer groups.
Cash transfer recipients reported improvement in household relationships following the transfers, and this proportion was significantly greater at endline among recurrent cash transfer recipients (80% vs. 65%, p=0.038), suggesting the benefits of longer- term recurring transfers.
Livelihoods was the area with the largest reduction in unmet needs. At baseline, 69% of respondents reported livelihoods as a priority unmet need (the second most common unmet need after food). At endline, only 7% of respondents reported livelihoods as a priority unmet need (a 62% reduction), including 11% of single transfer recipients and 3% of recurrent transfer recipients. Livelihood investment was the second most frequent use of transfers, reported by 52% of recipients, including 67% of recurrent transfer and 36% of single transfer recipients (p<0.001).
This suggests that recurrent transfers are more likely to contribute to sustainable gains in income to economic independence, thereby reducing the need for women and adolescent girls to engage in negative coping strategies in order to meet basic household needs. z Significantly more recurrent cash recipients received service referral information compared to single cash recipients (51% vs 43%, p=0.021). The overall care-seeking rate (37%) was similar between the two groups at endline; however, significantly more recurrent cash recipients sought psychosocial support than single transfer recipients, which again suggests that longer-term assistance may be more impactful.
https://www.calpnetwork.org/publication/cash-within-gbv-case-management-for-women-and-adolescent-girls-in-colombia/
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ColombiaArauca, Norte Santander, Nariño, la Guarija, ChocoUNFPAInternationalPRM, CERFJanuary 2021December 2022Refugees, IDPs, returnees, host population, and affected by natural disastersGBV survivors, women and girls at risk of GBV and SRH needs in humanitarian context 1,158112,080GBVGBV Case Management and SRH assistanceCash at counter through remittance agency
(and immediate life-saving cash in hand)
Unconditional cash96 USDRecurrent YesAlice Golaygolay@unfpa.orggolay@unfpa.org12
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ColombiaLa Guarija, Arauca, Bogota, Valle del LucaTo support vulnerable and at risk populations to meet their basic needs, thereby preventing them from resorting to negative coping strategies, which might negatively affect the protection and nutritional status of their children.Save the ChildrenInternationalBPRM, UNHCRSeptember 2018August 2022 Venezuelan Refugees and MigrantsVenezuelan Refugees and Migrants, especially at risk children involved in child labor and trafficking to survive. 15,268,202CP, NutritionMPC+ , Referrals to Case ManagementIndividual Assistance, aim to meet basic needs. In addition to the MPC, Save the Children also provides money management support, mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS), case management for families with high protection risks, referral of people with other specific needs to different organisations and the monitoring of these referral processes.Bank CardsUnconditional cash112 - 252Recurrent (11, broken up into 5 in first phase + 6 in second phase)YesJulia Grassetjulia.grasset@savethechildren.orghttps://www.calpnetwork.org/publication/cva-child-protection-summary-of-practice-and-evidence-from-save-the-children-programmes/39
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ColombiaGuayas ProvinceWomen's Refugee Commission, CARE, CORPRODINCOInt., LocalBHASeptember 2020June 2022IDPsGBV survivors, PwDs, individuals with diverse SOGIESC, adolescents100GBVCase managementUnconditional cashYesTenzin ManellTenzinm@wrcommission.orgTenzinm@wrcommission.org5
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EgyptUNFPA through IP (CARE)InternationalUNFPA 2021ongoingRefugeesGBV survivors and women and girls at risk of GBV30020,000GBVCase ManagementUnconditional cashElena Bertolabertola@unfpa.orgbertola@unfpa.org30
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EgyptCairoTo support unaccompanied children who are in the process of seeking
asylum in Egypt.
Save the ChildrenInternationalUNHCR, PRM, internal fundsDecember 2020January 2021Refugees and asylum seekersunaccompanied and separated
children (UASC) ages 14 - 17
995126,000CPCP, Case managementSCI provides emergency cash assistance and case management for unregistered unaccompanied and separated children (UASC) in order to be able to meet their basic needs and reduce their protection risks.Physical cash or cheques distribution performed by agentUnconditional cash57 - 121Recurrent (5 broken up into 2 in first phase + 3 in second phase)YesJulia Grassetjulia.grasset@savethechildren.orghttps://www.calpnetwork.org/publication/cva-child-protection-summary-of-practice-and-evidence-from-save-the-children-programmes/40
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equadorGuayas ProvinceWomen's Refugee Commission, CARE, CEPAM, Mujer y Mujer UNTHAInt., LocalElhraFebruary 2021May 2022RefugeesOut of camp GBV survivors, persons living with disabilities, indiviudals with diverse SOGIESC, adolescents15019,500GBVCase managementMobile moneyCash Conditional, Cash for work100 USDOne-offYesTenzin ManellTenzinm@wrcommission.orgTenzinm@wrcommission.orghttps://www.elrha.org/project/strengthening-ipv-response-for-migrants-and-refugees-through-cash-and-voucher-assistance/1
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FijiVanualevuRPFLocalEUDecember 2020August 2021IDPsPwDs, indiviudals with diverse SOGIESC2,300273,400ProtectionUnconditional cash100 USDOne-offNoAngelina Taufaga
AngelinaTaufaga@adra.org.fj
AngelinaTaufaga@adra.org.fj
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FijiVitilevuFWRMLocalFWRMJune 2021June 2021PwDs, Women headed households552,750ProtectionUnconditional cash50 USDOne-offNoAngelina Taufaga
AngelinaTaufaga@adra.org.fj
AngelinaTaufaga@adra.org.fj
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GuatemalaQuicheTo increase access to basic food staples for families vulnerable to food
insecurity, and improve nutrition and hygiene practices.
Save the ChildrenInternationalNovember 2020July 2022Local 818996,701,753WASH, Nutrition, awareness raising, sensitizationwhich combine the use of cash to improve access to food and WASH items, while also improving health, nutrition and hygiene practices. Community sessions, videos and radio messages were used to build awareness about family budgeting, negotiation skills and the proper use of cash transfers (‘labelling’). Recipients were encouraged to use the cash transfers to purchase food and WASH-related items such as bath soap, toothpaste and toothbrush, chlorine for surface cleaning and hand drying wipes.Mobile moneyUnconditional cash47 - 100Recurrent (14 - broken up into 2 phases of 7 each)YesJulia Grassetjulia.grasset@savethechildren.orghttps://www.calpnetwork.org/publication/cva-child-protection-summary-of-practice-and-evidence-from-save-the-children-programmes/41
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HaitïDepartements Grande Anse, les Nippes, SudUNFPA with Ministry CFDF, local partners URAMEL, SOFA, Fondation Toya and Kay Fanm, Heart to Heart International and DigicelInt., LocalUSAID, CERFSeptember 2021August 2022Earthquake affected areas/ IDPsGBV survivors1,400GBVGBV Case Management, SRH assistanceMobile moneyUnconditional cash120 USD2 transfersNoTaina Camycamy@unfpa.orgcamy@unfpa.org14
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HondurasUNFPA, Foro SidaInt., LocalCERF2022ongoingMigrants, IDPsGBV survivors40040,000GBVGBV Case ManagementUnconditional cash100 USDOne-offNoAlice Golaygolay@unfpa.orggolay@unfpa.org33
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IndonesiaPasaman and West Pasaman, West Sumatera ProvinceUNFPA, Yayasan Kerti Praja, MOWECP, POWECP West Sumatera and DOWECP West Pasaman and Pasaman. Int., LocalInternal emergency fundApril 2022September 2022Earthquake affected areas/ IDPsGBV survivors100GBVGBV Case Management, PFA skills for service providers, and livelihood consultation.
Cash for transport to service and for livelihoodsVariesOne-offNolfitri@unfpa.orglfitri@unfpa.org15
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IraqKurdistan Region, Ninewa, Salah al-Din, Anbar, Diyala, KirkukThe information provided refers to the Emergency Cash for Protection Activity under the HRP, coordinated by the Protection Cluster and implemented by several partnersDRC, INTERSOS, IOM, JRS, SED and UNHCRInt., LocalBHA, BPRM, SDC, IHF and ICT 191January 2022December 2022IDPs, ReturneesIn camp, out of campIDPs, returnees2,500500,000ProtectionCase management, support on legal assistance (civil documentation)Unconditional cash150-250 USDUp to 3 months depending on the caseYesProtection Cluster Coordinatornicoletc@unhcr.orgProtection Cluster Coordinator: nicoletc@unhcr.org2
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IraqKurdistan Region, Ninewa, Salah al-Din, Anbar, Diyala, KirkukThe information provided refers to the Emergency Cash for Protection Activity under the HRP, coordinated by the Protection Cluster and implemented by several partnersSED, UNHCR and WHHInt., LocalSIDA, UNHCR HQ, ACT 191 and Federal Foreign Office of Germany(AA)January 2022December 2022IDPs, ReturneesOut of camp IDPs, Returnees 12,00010,140,000ProtectionCase management, support on legal assistance (civil documentation)Paper vouchersUnconditional cash650-850 USD1, 2 and 3 lines of assistance YesProtection Cluster Coordinatornicoletc@unhcr.orgProtection Cluster Coordinator: nicoletc@unhcr.org3
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IraqThe information provided refers to the Emergency Cash for Protection Activity under the HRP, coordinated by the Protection Cluster and implemented by several partnersGBV Partners; AAF, BWA, HA, IAA, INTERSOS, IOM, NCA, Seed and WEO IHF, UNICEF, ECHO, BPRM and GIZ, January 2022December 2022IDPs, ReturneesIn camp, out of campIDPs, Returnees5,2581,741,350GBVUnconditional cash50-600 USDOne-offYesGBV Sub-cluster Coordinatorfgul@unfpa.orgGBV Sub-cluster Coordinator: fgul@unfpa.org4
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JordanUNFPA through IPs (International Rescue Committee
Jordanian Women Union
Institute for Family Health)
International
UNFPA Emergency fund, CERF, Spanish Cooperation, OCHA.
January 2021ongoingRefugeesGBV survivors and women and girls at risk of GBV500240,000GBVCase ManagementUnconditional cash70-700 USDOne off or recurrent (3-6 times)YesElena Bertolabertola@unfpa.orgbertola@unfpa.org25
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LebanonAkkar, North, Mount Lebanon, Beyrouth, South, Bekka, Baalbek-Hermel Save the Children in Lebanon is implementing a variety of different projects which combine cash for basic needs, child protection, education, health and nutrition. The cash assistance is intended to help families to buy food and non-food items, pay rent and access services, in order to avoid resorting to negative coping mechanisms which put children at further risk of exploitation, abuse, child labour, violence or/and neglect.Save the ChildrenInternationalPRMAugust 2016Through 2022Refugees and Host CommunityFamilies with children engaged in child labor; Adolescents ages 14-17 exposed to workst forms of child labor, at risk of GBV, and at risk of poverty and exploitation. 128104,785,000CP (also Education, Health, Nutrition)Expenditure plan signed between household, child, and SCI to stop child labor. Follow up and evaluation on expenditurePhysical cash or cheques distribution performed by agentCash for promise to keep child out of child labor - Expenditure plan signed. 183 - 380 to cover 1-3 months each.Recurrent (3 phases)YesJulia Grassetjulia.grasset@savethechildren.orghttps://www.calpnetwork.org/publication/cva-child-protection-summary-of-practice-and-evidence-from-save-the-children-programmes/42
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LebanonIntegrating Cash Assistance into GBV case managementAs part of the humanitarian response in Lebanon, UNFPA Lebanon piloted the integration of cash assistance within GBV case management services. UNFPA implemented three different types of cash assistance: one-off emergency cash assistance, recurrent cash assistance, and cash for transport. These forms of cash assistance were integrated into comprehensive GBV services offered by UNFPA and its implementing partners, with a goal of improving protection outcomes for GBV survivors and mitigating individuals’ risk of GBVUNFPA through IPs (INTERSOS, Nabad, SIDC, Amel, LECORVAW, Concern)InternationalSIDA-Japan-CanadaAugust 2021ongoingRefugeesGBV survivors and women and girls at risk of GBV58570,000GBVCase ManagementCash in hand; over the counterUnconditional cashBased on needs - Up to $130USDOne off or recurrent (3-6 times)No• 85% of beneficiaries stated that the assistance significantly mitigated their immediate exposure to GBV incidents.
• 75% of beneficiaries considered the cash assistance adequate to meet their immediate needs, such as covering the costs of safe accommodation, medical treatment, legal counselling, and transportation to access services or to a safer location.
• 100% of beneficiaries did not experience any safety-related incidents while redeeming the assistance.
• 82% of respondents highlighted that the assistance enabled and/or encouraged them to access case GBV response services, including case management.
Elena Bertolabertola@unfpa.orgbertola@unfpa.orghttps://arabstates.unfpa.org/en/publications/integrating-cash-assistance-gbv-case-management-lebanon-case-study-026
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MaliBankassSave the ChildrenInternationalSIDA-HUM internal fundsApril 2021March 2022IDPs, returnees, host familiesvery vulnerable IDP, returnee and host community households.5800210,000CP, also EducationCP and mental health
and psychosocial support (MHPSS)
designed to contribute to families meeting their basic needs, including food security and education services; In addition, child protection and mental health and psychosocial support is provided to affected familiesMobile moneyUnconditional cash70Recurrent (3) YesJulia Grassetjulia.grasset@savethechildren.orghttps://www.calpnetwork.org/publication/cva-child-protection-summary-of-practice-and-evidence-from-save-the-children-programmes/43
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MyanmarKachin and Rakhine StatesUN Women Myanmar and partnersInternationalCERFAugust 2022September 2022IDPsIn camp, Out of campGBV survivors as referred by the GBV case management partners35811,748GBVLivelihood supportDirect physical cash or cheques distributionUnconditional cash33 USD4Yesrowena dacsigrowena.dacsig@unwomen.orgrowena.dacsig@unwomen.org10
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MyanmarKayah State, Southern Shan, Mon State, Yangon Region, Mandalay Region, Northern Rakhine, Northern ShanThe information reported is from cash for protection activities and cash for GBV survivors as part of case management working with many local partners.CAREInternationalNORAD, UNFPAJanuary 2022December 2022General communities, IDPsGBV survivors and GBV at risk women/girls from community and IDP, Female Sex Workers2,055102,750GBV, ProtectionCase managementUnconditional cash50 USDOne-off and up to three months for some activitiesYesEi Shwe Yi Wineishweyi.win@careint.orgeishweyi.win@careint.org23
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MyanmarKachin State, Kayin State and Thaninthayi RegionThe cash assistance allows women to invest in, in income activities, thereby reducing their vulnerability to traffickers or unscrupulous recruitersUN Women MyanmarLocalMPTFJune 2021December 2022Vulnerable women migrants, ReturneesVulnerable women migrants affected by conflict, women migrants led households, and women migrants with experience of VAW30024,777GBV MHPSS and referral to other relevant essential service providers if needed.Direct physical cash or cheques distributionUnconditional cash80-90 USDOne-offNorowena dacsigrowena.dacsig@unwomen.orgrowena.dacsig@unwomen.org 11
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Myanmar Shan (Northern, Eastern, Southen), Kachin, Chin, Mon,
Ayeyarwady, Sagaing, Bago, Magway, Kayin, Kayah, Rakhine, Yangon, Mandalay, Tanintharyi
UNFPA + partnersInt., LocalMultiple donors January 2018December 2023IDPs, returnees
PwDs- Elderly women - Widows and Women-Headed Households LGBTQI, Women from Indigenous Groups and Ethnic and Religious Minorities - GBV survivors need help to access to GBV services, Women engaged in sex work, who lost her income/jobs in crisis situation
GBV, ProtectionMixture (cash only + case management)Unconditional cashNoHien Phan, Gender, Policy and Advocacy Programme Specialist; Sridevi Srinivasan, WGF programme manager phan@unfpa.org; srinivasan@unfpa.org19
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Myanmar RakhineDRCInternationalDANIDA, ECHO, UNFPA, UNHCR, DFATJanuary 2022December 2022IDPsIn camp, Out of campIDPs, returnees, GBV survivors, based on protection needs500GBV, ProtectionIPA, Case Management, Community based Protection Action PlanningUnconditional cash50-150 USDOne off and recurrent based on need NoLaura sawtelllaura.sawtell@drc.ngolaura.sawtell@drc.ngo20
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Myanmar KachinDRCInternationalDANIDA, ECHOJanuary 2022December 2022IDPs, returneesIDPs, returnees, GBV survivors, based on protection needs250ProtectionIPA, Case Management, Community based Protection Action PlanningUnconditional cash50-150 USDOne off and recurrent based on need NoLaura sawtelllaura.sawtell@drc.ngolaura.sawtell@drc.ngo21
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Myanmar Northern Shan StateDRCInternationalDANIDA, ECHOJanuary 2022December 2022IDPs, returneesIDPs, returnees, GBV survivors, based on protection needs250ProtectionIPA, Case Management, Community based Protection Action PlanningMobile moneyUnconditional cash50-150 USDOne off and recurrent based on need NoLaura sawtelllaura.sawtell@drc.ngolaura.sawtell@drc.ngo22
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NepalKosi River Basin, Karnali River BasinUNFPA, WFP, NRCSUNCERFJully 2022December 2022Women at risk7014,000GBV, ProtectionReferral service/Case managementUnconditional cash200 USD1Nohkarki@unfpa.orghkarki@unfpa.org24
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Northwest Syria Idlib and Aleppo governatorates UNFPA with Ihsan and ShafakInt., LocalBHAJanuary 2022December 2022IDPsGBV survivors and women and girls at risk of GBV4425,000GBVIncome generating activitiesCash conditional500 USDVariesreem khamisrkhamis@unfpa.orgrkhamis@unfpa.org18
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Northwest Syria Idlib and Aleppo governatorates UNFPA with Ihsan Int., LocalSweden, CERF, and UKJanuary 2022December 2022IDPsBeneficiaries in need of protection3,224390,000GBVIndividual Protection Assistance

Unconditional cash120 USDOne-offreem khamisrkhamis@unfpa.orgrkhamis@unfpa.orghttps://www.calpnetwork.org/publication/expanding-the-evidence-base-on-cash-protection-gbv-and-health-in-humanitarian-settings-findings-from-northwest-syria-a-comparison-of-individual-protection-assistance-and-dignity-kits/16
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Northwest Syria Idlib and Aleppo governatorates UNFPA with Ihsan Int., LocalBHAJanuary 2022December 2022IDPsGBV survivors 12115,000GBVCash within case managementUnconditional cash80-150 USDOne-offreem khamisrkhamis@unfpa.orgrkhamis@unfpa.org17
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PakistanBalochistan and KPCash transfers to women was also be used as a tool for economic recovery: women who receive them were keen and motivated to start businesses, which can fuel economic growth. The positive impacts of cash transfer programs are myriad; such as it helps in safeguarding women and household during times of crisisUN Women-PakistanInternationalMPTFJune 2022June 2022Covid-19 affected women Vulnerable women, excluded groups and women HBWs4,517451,700Emergency cash for vulnerable and excluded groupsEconomic resilience and protection for vulnerable and excluded groupsMobile moneyUnconditional cash100 USDOne-offYesAyesha Ayub Wadoodayesha.wadood@unwomen.orgayesha.wadood@unwomen.org
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PakistanPunjab, SindhReduce protection risks of children engaged or at risk of being engaged in child labourSave the ChildrenInternationalinternal fundsOctober 2021December 2021Local N/AChildren engaged in child labor607,058CPCase management, referrals, awareness-raisingreduce protection risks and increase school attendances by allowing beneficiaries/ caregivers to spend the cash to purchase goods
and/or services that will meet the needs of the children and remove them from hazardous labour environments.
Bank transferUnconditional cash400 total over 3 transfersRecurrent (3) YesJulia Grassetjulia.grasset@savethechildren.orghttps://www.calpnetwork.org/publication/cva-child-protection-summary-of-practice-and-evidence-from-save-the-children-programmes/44
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PalestineUNFPA through IPs (West Bank: Palestinian Protection and Planning Association, Palestinian Medical Relief Society, Palestinian Working Women Society for Development. Gaza: The Culture and Free Thought, Abdel-Shafi Community Health)International
UNFPA Emergency fund, CERF, Spanish Cooperation, OCHA
2021ongoingGBV survivors and women and girls at risk of GBV2,200420,000GBVCase ManagementMobile moneyUnconditional cashOne-offElena Bertolabertola@unfpa.orgbertola@unfpa.org31
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PalestineUNFPA through IPs (West Bank: Palestinian Protection and Planning Association, Palestinian Medical Relief Society, Palestinian Working Women Society for Development. Gaza: The Culture and Free Thought, Abdel-Shafi Community Health)International
UNFPA Emergency fund, CERF, Spanish Cooperation, OCHA
2021ongoingWomen/girls/youth at risk of GBV1,200120,000GBVIndividual Protection Assistance (IPA)VouchersElena Bertolabertola@unfpa.orgbertola@unfpa.orghttps://www.calpnetwork.org/publication/vouchers-for-essential-items-and-gbv-prevention-and-response-palestine/32
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PeruPiura, Lambayeque, La Libertad, Lima, and Arequipa.To provide lifesaving assistance to vulnerable and at-risk Venezuelan
migrants to cover their basic needs throughout their migration and
settlement process in Peru, together with supplementary nutrition interventions.
Save the ChildrenInternationalJuly 2020July 2021Refugees from VenezuelaSome refugees passed by, while other settled in areas where SC Operates. Refugee households categorized as most vulnerable - focus on pregnant and lactating women, 33,8576,090,947CPNutrition services for pregnant and lactating women. Complementary health and protection interventions. Multi-purpose Cash "Plus" Assistance to support Vulnerable Venezuelan Migrants in transit and in settling in a safe and dignified manner. Design to help migrants meet their basic needs and to reduce the adoption of negative coping mechanisms that might put their families and children at risk. Supplementary nutrition services were also provided to pregnant and lactating women, to ensure appropriate feeding practices for them and their children under five years old, in order to improve infants’ and young children’s nutritional status and improve their wellbeing. A complementary intervention covers health, livelihoods and protection needs of the same target population, providing a holistic response.Pre-paid cards distributed by AgentUnconditional cash156/ month / HHRecurrent (5 total - 4 in 1st phase, 1 in 2nd phaseYesJulia Grassetjulia.grasset@savethechildren.orghttps://www.calpnetwork.org/publication/cva-child-protection-summary-of-practice-and-evidence-from-save-the-children-programmes/45
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PhilippinesSouthern Leyte and CaragaUNFPA with IP CATW-APInt., LocalCERF, DFATJanuary 2022April 2022IDPsGBV survivors and women and girls at risk of GBV1,500321,000GBV GBV Case ManagementUnconditional cash214 USDOne-offNoAlice Golaygolay@unfpa.orggolay@unfpa.orghttps://reliefweb.int/report/philippines/cash-protection-women-risk-and-survivors-gender-based-violence-philippines13
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PolandPomorskie, Lodzkie, Warminsko-mazurkie, Slaskie, DolnoslaskieLutheran World FederationInt, LocalLWF05-2022OngoingRefugeeWomen, men, adolescents, Person living with disability69976,500,000ProtectionMPCA+Case managementReduce Protection riskBank transferUnconditional cash162 USD3 TransfersNoJulius KIbetjulius.kibet@lutheranworld.org36
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SomaliaUNFPA through IPs ((1) (SBACO), (2) (READO), (3) (OSPAD), (4) (SLNMA), (5) TAAKULO NGO. )InternationalCERF2021ongoingIDPsGBV survivors and women and girls at risk of GBV40035,000GBVCase ManagementUnconditional cashElena Bertolabertola@unfpa.orgbertola@unfpa.org28
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SomaliaUNFPA through IPs (Seduro, Reado, Ospad, Nagaad, Sbaco, Taakulo)InternationalCERF2021ongoingIDPsWomen/girls/youth at risk of GBV880130,000GBVIndividual Protection Assistance (IPA)Mobile moneyOne-offNoElena Bertolabertola@unfpa.orgbertola@unfpa.org27
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Somalia BaidoaDrought and conflict-affected children and their families, including children and persons with disabilities, are protected and their wellbeing and resilience is enhanced through appropriate cash ransfers, child protection and capacity-strengthening interventions.Save the ChildrenInternationalApril 2020September 2021Local communitiesN/AMust vulnerable, drought-affected households, especially with person(s) with disability. Focus on female headed households, unaccompanied children, children with disabilities, adults with disabilities, children not attending school and early marriage etc.8260560,000CPprotection (also nutrition, food security, livelihoods)Project sought to protect girls and boys from violence through prevention and response actions, as well as to improve the knowledge, capacities, and tools of civil society actors in order to carry out inclusive programming and promote the rights of persons and children with disabilities. Activities included supporting children’s groups, case management services, conducting community dialogue,Child Friendly Spaces, and rolling out the ‘Parenting without Violence’ package.Mobile moneyUnconditional cash50Recurrent (8 monthly transfers)YesJulia Grassetjulia.grasset@savethechildren.orghttps://www.calpnetwork.org/publication/cva-child-protection-summary-of-practice-and-evidence-from-save-the-children-programmes/46
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SyriaHoms & Hama governoratesUNMAS (through UNOPS), ADRAInt., LocalCERF2022ongoingIDPs, Returnees, communities membersExplosive Ordnance victims and their families, and other persons with disabilities and their families7,500450,000Mine Action - Victim AssistanceReferral service/Case managementCash in handUnconditional cash60 USD2 transfersNoHenri Bonninhenribo@unops.orghenribo@unops.org34
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SyriaAleppo and IdlibWomen's Refugee Commission, CARE, SRDInt., LocalBHASeptember 2020June 2022IDPsGBV survivors, PwDs, individuals with diverse SOGIESC, adolescents100GBVCase managementPayments to beneficiariesUnconditional cashUp to $150 USDYesTenzin ManellTenzinm@wrcommission.orgTenzinm@wrcommission.org6
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TigrayMekellleProtection of Individuals and Communities from the Risk of Explosive Ordnance and Victim Assistance projectEO affected communities are receive awareness, cash assistance, Medical treatment and physioterapy treatment and provision of assistive deviceRaDONationalUNICEFJuly 1, 2022ClosedCommunities and IDPsAll communities which are at EO risk130081,250MAEO risk protection assistanceproject sought to protect communities and IDPs from EO risk through prevension by giving awareness about EO, as well as to improve the knowledge and capacities of EO. supporting included cash supporting, medical treatment, physioterapy treatment and provision of assistive device.cash in handunconditional cash62.5One-offYesTesfay Gebremariamtesfay.gebremariam@yahoo.comtesfay.gebremariam@yahoo.com
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UkraineOdesaThe Cash for protection project program provides assistance to IDPs and conflict-affected populations who require one-time cash assistance based on their individual protection needs.The Tenth of AprilLocalOxfam12-2022ongoingIDPs, Returnees, communities membersWomen, men, girls and boys affected by armed conflict600140,900ProtectionSocial support/Referral serviceElectronic vouchers Unconditional cash95 USD, 189 USD, 284 USDOne-offNotetianakutas@dk.od.uatetianakutas@dk.od.ua35
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YemenUNFPA through IPs (Yemen Women Union , CARE International DEEM, HA)InternationalNetherland, Switzerland, Sweden2021ongoingIDPsGBV survivors and women and girls at risk of GBV2,500160,000GBVCase ManagementMobile moneyUnconditional cashElena Bertolabertola@unfpa.orgbertola@unfpa.org29
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