Objective 5: Strengthen coordination of cash transfer programming The coordination of CTP remains is unreliable and ad hoc, limiting the benefit realized The causes and results of this are well documented. Humanitarian actors agree on Coordination should build on existing structures and mechanisms at strategic level the need to improve cash coordination at country/response level • Growing role of governments, in some contexts Relatively few practitioners believe that predictability and quality of CTP • Widerissues about appetite for and strength of coordination coordination has increased: • Significant interest in linking to social protection systems *Indicates the % of practitioners who 30Cash Working Groupsat an operational level, organized inconsistently 41%Predictability 48%Quality agree these aspects of coordination have improved + Eachgroupcanfittogetherwithleadership&actorsineachcontext Survey respondents agree that humanitarian agencies make the best No stable or predictable basis for organisation or resourcing groups 28% use of commonmechanismsforassessment,deliveryor monitoring of - Inconsistent role, participants & link with oversight bodies CTPs Barriers to improving cash coordination not Barriers to including local actors being adequately addressed in CTP coordination Barriers include: Governments lack expertise in CTP 44% 1 Lack of progress in formalizing cash coordination in the humanitarian system Civil society organisations lack expertise 41% 2 Lack of commonly agreed processes for in CTP technical and coordination Local actors not aware of coordination 40% Lack of operational coordination on CTP mechanisms 3 assessment, delivery and monitoring Lack of clarity on CTP coordination 33% within the international humanitarian… Source: State of the World’s Cash Research, CaLPand Accenture Research Copyright © CaLPand Accenture 2017. All rights reserved

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