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Monitoring Child Protection within Humanitarian Cash Programmes

As the Women’s Refugee Commission points out, humanitarian crises are often dangerous contexts that put people at risk. ...

By mainstreaming child protection concerns into humanitarian cash throughout the programme cycle and by utilizing cash within child protection approaches such as case management, cash can be optimized as a tool to enhance the protection of crisis affected populations. As WRC (2018) argues, cash is not inherently risky, but simply designing a humanitarian cash intervention without weighing the child protection risks and benefits associated with cash and ensuring mitigation mechanisms, can lead to unintended consequences.

Cash and Voucher Assistance Works to Protect Displaced Women from Gender-Based Violence in Ecuador

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Gender-based violence (GBV) is rampant — globally, one in three women experiences sexual and physical violence and abuse. It is pervasive in humanitarian settings before, during, and after crises. GBV is underreported by survivors and individuals at risk, due, among other factors, to stigma, fear of reprisal, and inadequate support services.

Utilizing cash and voucher assistance within gender-based violence case management to support crisis-affected populations in Ecuador, Leaning Brief - December 2019

Gender-based violence (GBV) is rampant --- globally, one in three women experience sexual and physical violence and abuse. It is pervasive in humanitarian settings before, during, and after crises. GBV is underreported by survivors and individuals at risk, due, among other factors, to stigma, fear of reprisal, and inadequate support services.

La Programación de Transferencias Monetarias Trabaja para Proteger a las Mujeres Desplazadas de la Violencia de Género en Ecuador

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La violencia de género está desenfrenada — a nivel mundial, una de cada tres mujeres experimenta violencia y abuso sexual y físico. La violencia de género además es generalizada en entornos humanitarios antes, durante y después de las crisis. Las sobrevivientes y las personas en riesgo, no reportan la violencia de género debido, entre otros factores, al estigma, el miedo a las represalias y los servicios de apoyo inadecuados.