Thank you for participating in this survey, which will contribute to a “High-level briefing paper on linking social protection and humanitarian cash and voucher assistance to inform CaLP’s capacity building work”.

The paper and recommendations aim to provide CaLP with an updated overview of the latest analysis and practice in linking social protection with humanitarian cash and voucher assistance and, drawing on this, to recommend revision and additions to training materials.
 
The survey is for information and insight gathering purposes only. Your responses will be kept confidential.

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* 1. Please provide the name of your agency/department/fund/programme, and your location (HQ, region, field office etc.)

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* 2. Please select the category of staff that best describes your role:

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* 3. Have you had any social protection or humanitarian training?

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* 4. What type of training was it?

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* 5. Did it address social protection / humanitarian CVA linkages?

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* 6. If it did address social protection / humanitarian CVA linkages, what topics did it cover? Please describe, also naming the course and who provided it if possible. 

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* 7. Was it helpful? What were the parts of the training related to social protection / humanitarian CVA linkages you liked most, and what were the main gaps? Please describe.

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* 8. What capacity building materials on this topic (e.g. handouts, PowerPoints, webinars, coaching, a resource library, practitioners toolkits, etc.) would you find most useful? Please briefly explain your choice(s).

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* 9. Which priority audiences do you think such trainings or resources such be targeted at (e.g. donors, policy makers, national governments, practitioners)? And what differences in capacity building would you recommend for these priority audiences in terms of approach, resources, etc?

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* 10. Do you have any other thoughts or feedback on capacity building needs and resources around the theme of linking humanitarian cash and voucher assistance to social protection?

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