16 April 2020
CaLP, IFRC, UNICEF, DFID
Within social assistance, cash transfer programmes are clearly the most widely used intervention by governments—over one-third of total programmes, and 65 per cent of social assistance schemes.
This webinar used the research from the World Bank as a starting point and explored entry points and lessons from past experiences on how humanitarian actors can aid communities in need by linking/supporting social protection systems and humanitarian cash transfers.
- Nathalie Klein, CaLP West & Central Africa Regional Representative
- Gabriel Fernandez, Social Protection Specialist
- Calum McLean, Independent Consultant
Moderator: Zehra Rizvi, Independent Consultant in Social Protection and Cash Transfers