“Pinning down moving targets”: Adaptinghumanitarian cash programmes to the multi-pronged crises in Lebanon.

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New report by The Durable Solutions Platform (DSP) and CAMEALEON

Jan. 25, 2021, 1:39 a.m.

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DSP-CAMEALEON Research Note Jan 2021.pdf (0,1MB)Hi everyone,

The Durable Solutions Platform (DSP), together with CAMEALEON, publisheda new research report titled “Pinning down moving targets”: Adaptinghumanitarian cash programmes to the multi-pronged crises in Lebanon. Thisreport assesses collective learning and decision-making on the adaptations ofselected multi-purpose cash and protection cash programmes in Lebanon in lightof the economic challenges and COVID-19 response from late 2019 until mid-2020. 

Based on 40 in-depth interviews with cash implementers, coordinators anddonors, this report lays out the key adaptations made to cash programmes, theconditions that enabled or impeded these adaptations, the challenges andopportunities for accountability and inclusion of beneficiary feedback, beforeoutlining key priorities and next steps for cash programming in Lebanon.

The research report and research note on medium-term priorities for cash assistance in Lebanon can be found by following the hyperlinks or they are attached. Please feel free to get in touch if you want more information or to discuss further.

Best, 

Rachel

Rachel Eichholz
Cash Specialist

Beirut, Lebanon
Cash Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Organisational Network(CAMEALEON) 

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Jan. 22, 2021, 2:20 p.m.

Rachel Eichholz

Hi everyone,

The Durable Solutions Platform (DSP), together with CAMEALEON, published a
new research report titled “Pinning down moving targets”: Adapting
humanitarian cash programmes to the multi-pronged crises in Lebanon. This
report assesses c*ollective learning and decision-making on the adaptations
of selected multi-purpose cash and protection cash programmes in Lebanon in
light of the economic challenges and COVID-19 response* from late 2019
until mid-2020.

Based on 40 in-depth interviews with cash implementers, coordinators and
donors, this report lays out the key adaptations made to cash programmes,
the conditions that enabled or impeded these adaptations, the challenges
and opportunities for accountability and inclusion of beneficiary feedback,
before outlining key priorities and next steps for cash programming in
Lebanon.

The research report
<https: dsp-syria.org="" pinning-down-moving-targets=""> and research
note <https: dsp-syria.org="" pinning-down-moving-targets-research-note=""> on
medium-term priorities for cash assistance in Lebanon can be found by
following the hyperlinks or they are attached. Please feel free to get in
touch if you want more information or to discuss further.

Best,

Rachel

*Rachel Eichholz*
Cash Specialist

Beirut, Lebanon
Cash Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Organisational
Network (CAMEALEON)

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