Unbundling the delivery chain: practical examples of linkages between humanitarian cash transfers and social protection from across the globe
The webinar was framed around the humanitarian and social protection delivery chain (developed along three key areas – Policy, Programme Design, Administration/Delivery) and presented learning and practical examples from a diverse set of contexts.
This webinar followed that of 21 May 2020 where we presented the state of evidence on linking humanitarian cash transfers and social protection systems and looked at key questions on what is required in terms of approaches and capacities.
The practical examples brought to life evolving areas of technical interest and flagged questions for discussion around when linkage may or may not be appropriate, success and challenges.
Our panellists and organisers created a document with useful resources that you can find here.
Juliet Lang, Humanitarian Affairs Officer – Cash Coordination, OCHA
Larissa Pelham, Social Protection Advisor, Oxfam
John Meyer, Deputy Director, Food Security and Resilience, CARE USA
Louisa Lippi, Social Policy Specialist, UNICEF
Juan Gonzalo Jaramillo Mejia, Social Protection Programme Policy Officer, WFP
Karin Seyfert, Senior Consultant, Poverty and Social Protection Portfolio, Oxford Policy Management
Lois Austin, Knowledge Management Consultant, Grand Bargain Sub Group
This webinar was part of the Linking Social Protection with humanitarian cash webinar series, of the Grand Bargain Cash Sub Group on linking social protection and humanitarian cash transfers co-led by UNICEF, IFRC, and DFID.