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: firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line: Study Reviewing the Current State of Protection in Humanitarian Assistance and HARP-F’s Role in the Sector.