The Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP) and the Humanitarian Leadership Academy have developed 2 practical e-learning scenarios to help humanitarian staff use their Cash Transfer Programming (CTP) knowledge and skills.

One of the most common issues for learners is that they will attend a training, but do not often get a chance to practice using their skills and knowledge afterwards.

These two scenarios immerse learners into a fictional emergency context, where they need to use and apply their existing knowledge and skills about Cash Transfer Programming to solve problems, make programmatic decisions and explore the implications of these decisions. Prior knowledge about cash transfer programming is not required but recommended before doing these two scenarios.

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  • SCENARIO 1: Coordinating multi-sector cash transfer programmes

This one-hour self-directed online scenario is primarily for strategic decision makers in aid agencies, and for any other learners interested in practicing cash transfer programming (CTP) skills relating to multi-sector cash or coordination;

 

 

 

  • SCENARIO 2: Monitoring and adapting cash transfer and voucher programmes

This one-hour self-directed online scenario targets technical programme staff and MEAL (Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning) staff but can also be used by any learners interested in understanding how to monitor and adapt cash transfer programmes.

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