August 3(Thursday) 12:00am - August 5(Saturday) 11:59pm
Community World Service Asiaqa.firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Aug 03-05, 2023 Where: O’Spring Murree Language: Urdu / English Interested: Click here to register Last Date to Apply: July 10, 2023 Background and Rationale Cash Transfer Programming (CTP) refers to programmes
When: Aug 03-05, 2023
Where: O’Spring Murree
Language: Urdu / English
Interested: Click here to register
Last Date to Apply: July 10, 2023
Background and Rationale
Cash Transfer Programming (CTP) refers to programmes where cash or vouchers for goods or services are provided to affected populations. It’s an approach that consists of linkages, capacities, incentives and relationships to encourage effective market recovery. CTP can be done for emergency response, early recovery and long-term development.
Community World Service Asia is inviting applicants to a 3 day workshop on “Cash Transfer Programming”. Those who are interested to learn more about cash and voucher assistance in humanitarian settings must join. The goal of this workshop is to build and strengthen the capacity of aid workers in Cash Transfer Programming so that they can be more efficient and effective in addressing most pressing needs in the humanitarian context by utilising best practices, relevant tools & standards.
Aims & Objectives:
This three day workshop aims to introduce & enhance the capacity of participants to consider Cash Transfer Programming (CTP) in assessments and responses to emergencies. At the end of the workshop participants will be able to:
- Define key CTP terms and concepts,
- Describe the stages in the CTP process,
- Describe additional information needed to assess the feasibility of using CTP,
- Link the need for market analysis as a critical factor in planning interventions,
- List issues related to designing and implementing cash transfer interventions,
- Describe key issues when monitoring prices and social issues,
- Consider what to include in the contingency planning process and preparedness activities in order to be ready for a timely CTP emergency response.
The “Blended Learning” approach developed by CWSA over decades of experience will be applied in this training. The approach is participatory and needs based in nature. It includes the selection of participants from various organisations at various levels. Content development and methodology will be based on the needs of the training participants and experienced and skilled trainers will lead the sessions. Action plans will be developed and follow-up refreshers, coaching and mentoring support will be assured.
Number of Participants:
18 – 20 participants will be selected for the training. Women staff and those with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to participants from organisations based in underserved areas. Applicants will be informed by 15th July, 2023 about their confirmation status.
- Mid or senior level manager from civil society organisations, preferably field staff of large CSOs or CSOs with main offices in small towns and cities.
- Primary responsibility for project/programme assessments, design, monitoring and impact assessment at the project and/ or organisational level.
- No previous experience/ participation in training on Cash Transfer Programming
- Willingness to pay a training fees of PKR 10000/. Exemptions may be applied for by CSOs with limited funding and those from marginalised groups. Discount of 10% on early registration by 30th June, 2023 and 20% discount will be awarded to women participants.
- Commitment to apply learning in your work, including dissemination of learning within organisations.
Community World Service Asia (CWSA) is a humanitarian and development organisation, registered in Pakistan, head- quartered in Karachi and implementing initiatives throughout Asia. CWSA is a member of the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) Alliance, a member of Sphere and their regional partner in Asia and also manages the ADRRN Quality & Accountability Hub in Asia. For more details please visit our website www.communityworldservice.asia