Objective 1: Ensure sufficient funding is available for cash transfer programming There is increased high level support for CTP But growth in CTP is uneven, concentrated in a few organizations 80%of practitioners agree that there has been strengthening of support for CTP 2 organizations (WFP and UNHCR) accounted for over 2/3rd of total CTP amongst donors and senior decision makers expenditure in 2016 Agencies/ donors are committing to increase their use and consideration of CTP. In Only 38% of organizations surveyed reported more than 20% growthin CTP some cases specific targets have been set, e.g. expenditure from 2015 to 2016. In a minority of cases CTP expenditure decreased 35%EU 50% WVI 2x UK DFID Improving reporting of CTP involves greater standardization Cash target for 2017 Cash target for 2020 through a Target to double its use of cash in crises by 2025 “cash first approach” Challenges to agreeing and harmonizing methodologies and systems for measuring and reporting CTP: Achieving greater scale necessitates policy commitments to be translated into ▪ Lack of common categories and definitions for measuring CTP (and other practice, requiring systemic organizational change. modalities) i.e. what should be tracked and how? ▪ Need to Invest in organizational and interagency reporting systems More aid is being disbursed as cash and vouchers Resolving key issues and finding agreement requires coordinated action across a wide range of agencies and systems $2.8bn Total Global CTP (Cash + Vouchers) amount Maintaining progress in CTP requires support in both donor and host Total Cash and Voucher aid countries in 2016 0,8 $2.8bn ▪ Only 39% practitioners surveyed believed that there is strengthening of 10.3% CTP $2bn support for CTP within the general public in donor countries of International Humanitarian 40% ▪ An appropriate communications strategy is essential to address public Assistance in 2016, compared 2015 Increment 2016 perceptions and potential concerns regarding CTP to 7.8% in 2015 Source: State of the World’s Cash Research, CaLPand Accenture Research Copyright © CaLPand Accenture 2017. All rights reserved 7

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