Cash Transfer and Education – Supporting Basic Education for Syrian Refugees and Egyptian Host Communities

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Date published
02 Oct 2020
Research, reports and studies
Cash-based transfers (CBT), Children & youth, Multi-sector/cross-sector, Development & humanitarian aid, Education, Host Communities, Refugee Camps, Gender, Livelihoods, Social protection, Syria crisis
Egypt, Syria
Plan International

Plan International (Plan), with support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) and in partnership with the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC), is undertaking the “Cash and Voucher Assistance for Adolescents in Crisis Initiative.” This initiative, which ran through April 2021, sought to synthesise Plan’s internal learning and strengthen its capacity to integrate Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) across its programs to effectively achieve protection, education and well- being outcomes for crisis-affected adolescent girls and boys (10-19 years).

In December 2019, WRC conducted an assessment of Plan Egypt’s “Tawasol: Learning for Coexistence” Project in Egypt to understand the perceived strengths and weaknesses including implementation challenges and successes, risks and benefits for beneficiaries, and any needs for continued capacity building.

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