Call for proposals: Cash Transfer Programmes Review in Kachin/Northern Shan and Rakhine States

The Humanitarian Assistance and Resilience Programme Facility (HARP-F) is planning to undertake a 4-6 week desk-top review of previous, existing and planned Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) in Kachin/Northern Shan and Rakhine States to help guide and inform the donors and humanitarian actors about the implementation of CVA programs and make recommendations for CVA programming in response to the humanitarian crisis in Myanmar.

A major priority of this review is to closely examine the available evidence on the challenges and opportunities of CVA humanitarian programmes. Download the ToRs below.

The HARP-F approach to CVA reflects and delivers FCDO’s policy ambitions as part of the Grand Bargain to increase its global investment in cash assistance in humanitarian contexts. The HARP-F has taken a flexible approach to increase CVA, implementing where appropriate and taking careful note of potential protection issues and market capacities. Mixed cash/asset transfer programmes have been considered in some locations, as has phased programming, which transitioned into increasing levels of CVA over time. HARP-F has also supported the transition towards more efficient and effective delivery modalities, where feasible and appropriate, such as electronic vouchers and mobile money.

Application deadline: Close of business 1st August 2021 (Yangon time). Bids and queries can be sent to: using the subject line: Study Reviewing the Current State of Protection in Humanitarian Assistance and HARP-F’s Role in the Sector.


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Last Updated: 20th July 2021

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