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q. fumes coming out one is are we looking for efficiency what we're looking for quality
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and regionally cash was about him calm um and dignity and show you some respect them
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the action arising do you put your removing paternalistic tendencies in in in
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the management price but now we're talking about percentages which is it
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i'm a second dues succumb brought females who who needs to be there
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you know which one collaboration more competition we also have a
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government worker safety nets were in the roof um editions you were
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you were more more is is more um was sorely ah
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to do so i'm finally who's in charge it seems that um
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but was horribly in a very crude are trying to control what is happening to them but in fact we may not have our
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um workshop who's in charge because is it the people who signed tracks with them actually governments
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is that the member states remarks missions removing an institution people correct not clear to me
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whether at the end of this country should you have the same person room
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and i wonder if the people here would would reflect armour tool
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so um we pose fonts oh oh probably i'm hopeful arm the program
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uh_huh
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mm has come up with um thank you very much
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for all of the presentations that were very um
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interesting i'd like to come back to some of the yeah things that were mentioned
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it is as strong belief in mice personal strong belief that the problem
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and it starts with the lack of an objective meets assessed cash is
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what some of the discussion we're having ram cache comes from the fact that the reasons
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uh and objective commonly accepted needs assessment which
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also includes not just a humanitarian aspects
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but also develop an aspect some potentially what are the things that
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that it can actually on the situation given that that um
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it's just hard to pull it then we have
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different actors side the door also implementing partners
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uh developing their our response strategy depending where they oh what is their
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their interest and die and that's why i'm the european commission is
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in fact very um much or not to be co chairing with out yeah
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the work stream or meta says i think yeah some of these things we're discussing
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would i be much easy to address if we had that as the
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starting point the second thing i want to mention is that uh
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the model we're proposing is based on experience from the
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previous uh countries where we are we have
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uh been acting and we want uh to uh
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go towards that a a way of um
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of doing cash so it's uh right what i what he'd
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said there isn't the place where the totality has been
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applied because this is the result of what we've learned so far and this is where we wanna go
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so uh like maybe pour in any point again is it
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situation at some point you say well i wanna do something about this so
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you put all the heads together in you define what you wanna go
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not having some way away this has been applied is not necessarily a bad thing
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and who
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oh
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uh i would like to make a point because i think the whole
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presentation was based a lot uh echoes little just three more points
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one is asked um
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and the whole the tape eight and uh it's taking place from the point
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of view way each one six and i think we all wait
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two i mean this call this about cash collectively not cash what
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does it for a group that's what does it will
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therefore anybody else so that's the point i'm somebody on the panel before
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said we have a net account at the cost of inaction
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we have never counted the cost of continuing to to cash in the
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way way doing it right now each time discovering the wheeling differ
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countries and different situations and i will also take the point of uh
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the person who from um cares about way that innovation needs
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and neither will collective well appreciation of the possibility of fate
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so um i look forward and i would finish there to have a more detailed discussion
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or efficiency and effectiveness in the future with put something on the table
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we'll discuss it but collectively let's move the ball forward thanks
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thank you
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and i think it's all the presents as and and i'm here yeah representing crown agents
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and i'd like to add to what about said about the program in zimbabwe
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and i was like it's a point you made about the importance of the assessments
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and as about describes it was a it's a liquidity crisis in zimbabwe
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and that market assessment which is essential for the start of any cash program
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when i shave that the market was not able to supports icassp bigram parts
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me i trade save situation designed by what part as we were
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carnations was right on its white with karen aston with effort
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i am gave a key well sky nations in s. n.'s supporting the markets to be able to
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um and implement this program said that if it funds went see
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canadians in the u. k. and then run agents standards
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and selected export companies and take those companies and grand ages in zimbabwe
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um received the thing you'd say so when i was a funding crisis funds could not
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may vast a country imports as well and naples in poker in zimbabwe
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that smart case crisis was either come through a market support
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program that the private sector was able to implement
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so i think it's it's a nice of t. c. pain hits it tape to to
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bring that are that aspect of preparation palm shape and an apple talked about that
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private sector preparation and it was even broader than that that there were other components of the prop
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right exactly in that program that work together to create situations and see the market environments
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i had ever on and it's about penny from count for that have not
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yet and so each everyone of your presentations i demonstrate said that
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to take c. t. p. to scale and to make sure it's if the quality we'll seek
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and that requires collaboration and that collaboration contain many different forms which you've also demonstrated
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and some of those forms of collaboration and you and they might try
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new wells fall down is operational agencies that might involve new taxes
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and i agree with what he that the idea of talking about models
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it's potentially not right constructive thing in taking this discussion for its
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nonetheless it sophisticated topic as we can really see from my last couple of intervention into taking that
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so and this is why ask how what we're trying to do is
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to advance they seeing as mutual and evidence based way as possible
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and i was trying to add to the courts in excellence is to develop guidance on how we can achieve
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quality and scale three collaboration and in which context because we know that
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the contextual factors really influence which which form the collaboration mark
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so and we do that and and i swear framework to compare different models and we
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we used it in part for that to vary the comcast visiting mechanics yeah and
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and we will be building evidence on existing models i'm conducting comparative
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analysis emanations efficiency effectiveness and accountability at the different models
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and and eventually building guidance that's just a little preview of this session and
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then this day tomorrow morning for anybody who wants to join me that
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this is my question to the panel an ace add to fall on the development of this feature guidance
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and if you had to recommend three at the most useful areas you would like to see
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in guidance on collaboration to quality c. t. p. it scale of what what they see
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a
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right
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interesting question and so yeah yeah
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what city they yeah and global frame that fraction which will
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be presenting tomorrow morning which is really framing kept strategy
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what that demonstrates is that a large number of the actions that will help us really advancing it on cast
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over quiet collaboration and i think the models that it being described here every single one of them is
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a collaborative model of some form said and i'm reflecting what i'm hearing from on and off
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thank you my question is halfway take a shackle send net template p. and e. s. to send any
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it's around collaboration again have because at the current to modify this cash fancy that way sack
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then leave a t. t. refugees in taking a um a way
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sat magnets to address the basic needs and was essentially a
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and multi purpose buttons and keen could you tell us how where other activities
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and also the sector isn't cast is engaged in making decisions around uh
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and the design aspects of the of the grant and more specifically t. amount of the band set
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uh what kind of needs these grant was meant to cover
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the targeting methodology and and uh at a new
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and if you if you could tell also how um he came up
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with the decision of the multipurpose cash balance a base in
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response analysis and how these grants with comp that will be complemented
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by other interventions because we know that and peachy alone
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yeah it's not it's yeah that but let any requires either types of assistance
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say children you can um no actually i i well the thing is the u. r. l. or just like that
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it is wrong
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or question to the to the colleagues from turkey how did you come up with
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the design and the targeting of the park which is previews you can't
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uh huh okay thanks very much um it was a collaborative effort
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it didn't include every stakeholder inevitably um
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it was mostly focused around at that time the government which has various areas
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um actually crescent w. or b. echo and the beneficiaries with
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a lot of discussion within the fisheries as well
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i think what we realise is that we haven't been as strong as possible with some of the
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other agencies which is why sings sort of the later part of last year we being really
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building that i reach a we've got a whole team that do nothing but that now
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um um well we are also working on is where are those complementary activities which you mentioned
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i'm very clearly what it's come up for complementary activities
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is that ability to drill down much deeper than you can with the big large scale program
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um you criteria on never a hundred percent perfect
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um there will always be an inclusion exclusion era um we've recently revised
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the criteria to try and address a lot of the exclusion error
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um but it will never be a hundred percent um and the agencies that have a mobile
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focused approach can complement that definitely uh oh well working
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increasingly with various both national and international protection agencies
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to work on elements of trying to join the dots the
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maybe i'm not joined as well as they should be
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um one really clear one that is is really key focus at the moment is the literal beneficiaries
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because the bank does the distribution of the cards
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and therefore the bank is constrained by standard banking regulations
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if you cannot sign feel caught you can't receive a card in turkey
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the only way that you then have to go to a notary in get a
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another to rise phone that you are not able to receive the card
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um obviously to have the capacity to do that to identify the lit for people take
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them to the no two we get the necessary forms come back to the bank
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we will be working on it but the problem is bigger than we are and now a lot of organisations up thing
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and i think this sort of links back with the the when the done is uh doing their strategy
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have a compliment her to humans the different programs is really important
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um and again you know we're trying to learn as we go along um
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and this is something that that's come up i'm quite it's quite strongly
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i planted
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mm mm
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it was the question on the three most useful areas guidance yeah let me try to okay thank you
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alright i'm been trying to summarise to make them three right 'cause i'm still fighting
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to in terms of what rarity better reading the the first one is uh
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all can we be would forbid useful right six i mean we we talked about
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becoming more efficient did we can leave private sector is becoming more i mean full full full
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when you're doing cage and how can we build that into a prodigious process was trying to engage them when there's
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a crisis definitely be up for business trying to to make
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things work and uh the second aspect is though
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these are the because we're only any is needs to have some kind
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of flick for that's meant to to quit that don't yet
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does need to be of some kind of flexibility in funding that
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allows mostly due process used to be responsive to to
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to in order to you know to to remain relevant because if there's some kind of restriction along the way
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if we didn't get that through the new process mean not certainly been used a useful
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between forms of speech and so that may be very critical so i know
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part of what caught between to standardise the tools that we use in but but you small if
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that didn't used to be glad to be and be able to get them to do
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and the the the left aspect is what was put up by our colleague from product and
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trish works if the market for function
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and out what what what are we doing on the other side to make
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sure that you know not market continued function if we're thinking keychain feature
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and you have to think innovative around you know what type of intervention you can
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we need to make that contain waiting other ways you you probably in two hundred million the market
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market collapse and what happens to the project so maybe i'll try to summarise what three things
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yeah i'm very good at
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yeah my somebody
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through an older the excel at least be the bill really prepared do any decency to to look
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good if you're implementing useful till mid look through only one made in the delivery system
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both both really relate to mention you donate please
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print fungal since both we've got the ballet
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implemented implemented d. b. though beneath the touch
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and also be already except with preventive mechanism we may get some attention
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from really global even eleven and district level and we also know isn't like that
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this you'd believe
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super movie
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and also paused accountability fence was still per button
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already one challenge or demand is really high because three learn the
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unfortunately as the high disaster problem than be if i was so please believe me to thank you
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yeah
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slightly different i think i mean our centre i mean raised a very important point and repeats should be acknowledged
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it was a route your objective use assessment and i think it's extremely important point
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and i would add to that also is not only about needs assessment when
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we are truly now included in the in the pocket cash is
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what about market assessment financial services provider assessment and for you
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a nice yard and partners is also the protections as
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are we going to do uh_huh any kind of home or not so all of those damages that attracted come together
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what the point we're making is is extremely important to consider that assessment is part of the country
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in order to create that conversions around assessment first want
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to avoid duplication and second to keep it
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objective it is important to create to also consider that collaboration works that we've got to
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and there are values to be achieved out so if you just start treating one part of the process
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on competition bases another part of the process on collaboration bases
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it creates an internal and that's that's a conversation we need to have so we can explain where this this difficulties on
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because also the other thing is that when we talk about collaboration competition
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we see competition as something big agencies should compete with each other
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and there we have put some perplexity is what we see is that agencies can collaborate
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to come stat to set up the standards that allows the privacy act which is closer to their
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nature to compete and come up with the best solution we have nothing to compete be teachers
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i mean if we're given every shoes the standards to the net b. would try our best to meet even if
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we cannot people looked that would go condoms you know however we cannot compete we have nothing to compete with
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i think um
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yeah
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yeah yeah i uh and yeah
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yeah
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yeah i know
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okay hi i am mac error manet from care international
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my question to you all of the panel
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hygiene mitigation potential accessibility barriers for people
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who may face different act fat tears compared to your white
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or target group and eleven cache thing once it's done
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of trance fair and seeking cats at times the cost
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for multiple fifteens or cash delivery partners thinking
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and high power laughing i sent from russian and my question is for either across
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and that gave me so i'm very interested to hear that the yeah
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the collaboration when beyond a programmatic issues so you're even sharing an office et cetera
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so i wonder if you can say and how has this helped um let's say
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improves and a pain points that we sometimes have when
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angie hours work with the un especially around
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and data and information sharing transparency of 'em around costs and
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budgeting and allocation of functions and and accountability for that
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uh_huh
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thank you and matthew keys from from echo uh just
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just a couple of comments one perhaps on the
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because a lot has been said about echos cash titans notion this this
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is sort of considered to be the only model that we have
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and i think what we we pride ourselves on in echo is that we do try
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to put in place a context specific solution we don't have one size fits all
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and the fact that we've we've we've um produced a cash titans
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no doesn't mean that that that's the only show in town
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so i think that that's important to to recognise i think also we talk about collaboration we talk about
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competition in fact that that that cash so i can snowed is a combination of the two
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it does in fact make sure that there should be a lot of competition when it comes to
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you know who's actually doing the job in terms of delivering cash and also the other aspects
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but then it requires for the thing to function that everything is really collaborative
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that there is a way to ensure that there's a proper feedback loop
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that the assessments the delivery the monitoring that they all work together
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so in fact it's it's competition to get the best value in to get
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the most efficient and opened the most effective way of doing things
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web let's say competition to get the most efficient and then the feedback loop and the
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collaboration to make sure that it's the most effective way we can actually do things
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so just maybe not not not not a defence of the the model but just a comment
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on that i would have a um maybe a question to the panel in terms of
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and proximity to beneficiaries because it's often said that it's very important that
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that organisations need to ensure that proximity to beneficiaries to know what's going on
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and this is often been achieved option uh through the delivery of assistance
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um our view and from one of the reasons perhaps that we we put forward to the
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cash guidance note is that there are other ways of achieving that proximity to beneficiaries
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we we think that that's very much linked to how how well you do the assessments
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and how well you do the monitoring and feed that back throughout the system
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so i would be interested in the panel's view on whether
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that proximity to beneficiaries can be achieved equally well
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um if an organisation is not necessarily doing to to
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defer unit that's actually from bad to different organisation
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oh yeah just say quickly thank you very much um how quick question for the um the tricky and
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yes s. and um you mention the third party money train um i i went it was huh
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oh i plan from the very beginning 'cause i thought their party monitoring wasn't going to be
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part of that and and secondly he's doing it has that working and then let the second question is
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is for what he'd and it's really about the
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um wounds on the efficiency effectiveness a issue
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if you do have lots of people to live rain on a large scale program what do we do about these multiple overhead costs
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which obviously means that less money is tainted beneficiaries in the end thanks
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just
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yeah
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mm yes um
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i think the point you're making is that definitely when it comes to passionately that's a realisation which is settling in
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and also if you look at how organically organisations that not coming together to
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address the issue of efficiency and effectiveness so obviously there is no uh
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presumption that you will be taking you like the good old days catching up my hands also
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it inclines no hands and delivering to depend fisheries because we would want to just
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when it comes to logistics of catch delivering cash basically the music if we had the system of delivery
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in order to avoid exactly what that's and if what recipient
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organisation has received the resources and the liver to
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a common delivery system and this is what we have seen in the case of for example lebanon
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maybe even to do the procurement we get the procurement it's actually
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so it was volume it was volume related not transaction
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so it didn't matter how many times you've delivered through it it responded to what your of
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cash for the for the cost of cost was not that big having said that
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even when we created the case of love not you you don't know it
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but we didn't organisations in this case was w. b. u. n.
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e. c. r. and you consortium we worked out an arrangement of not
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having multiple what it's so the agencies would not because they were
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let's see putting the contract in would not would be charging overheads on not
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so as you see the agencies within themselves they are trying to figure out and be
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our movie is how is this this is the organic change which is funny
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we need to respond to the needs of the modality and therefore we cannot have multiple warheads
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and that's where you're trying to find and we have found many ways of working is
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not easy because of the cost of innovations are designed around delivery of in concert
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so the overhead caustic and then you say it's going to be if we're going
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to get for example to the private sector to the delivery of cash
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so you are left of it on the remaining amount which is
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for when monitoring up and down and all that stuff
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what is the what had on that because when you're running a normalisation you cannot have because or what
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have your charging on the delivery of assistance actually helps you shouldn't and number of other actions
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so ah so the question is you are trying to keep ourselves discipline problem
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it's probably on the agenda not to create population multiple and we think that can be achieved
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without having to compete with each and backed isn't in time of the system that we are trying to
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find we're doing out so good for building on each other's love which each of those uh
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grown and the responsibilities
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on matters question proximity to been fisheries
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for us proximity is fucked up even in the case is when we are
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not delivering assistance protection of refugees is what was however there is
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a very fundamental issue that you have to keep in mind for you
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any c. on unfortunately i'm going to talk about lucy out here
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as we talk about protection of refugees vicinity knowing band
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access to that he's struggling to not only
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if we are because we deal with a set of population
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which nobody wants nobody invited everybody wants out more
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now for that one organisation has to go into the garment they have certain rights
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now to be sitting at the table and talking about whites do need to take something to the table
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you as an organisation if you have nothing to tape in terms of resources you will not be at the table
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because nobody wants to get some but a bunch of protection people to talk about why you're not giving rights of the people
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so assistance in protection that's how it comes together and cannot separate and without making
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a protection inefficient and therefore vicinity to the park and if
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you're talking about matthew about creating a situation where
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one agency or the levers and the other one's actually has visited the partners already are doing that
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is nothing new to document stations be happy party pros can be too tough
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so there are organisations reviewed speech department would be actually
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allows us to access because we are more cost
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effective than be that if you shouldn't be on and therefore they allow us to have that access
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so all already view doing it bottom line is that we have difficulties with talk at times
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um and the questions all that can be do it differently and can
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be doing better um i think that's a very private conversation
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thank you i'm fine how forks from remaining come up with a first you know
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what about this question of proximity your the government and you see which is probably didn't make up
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with with troubled we're excerpt list the creepy your beautiful
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pool probably will not government institution and also beneath
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the
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overall coordination
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use covering maybe this you bits also manage them
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but by delivering system also
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converter to ministry of finance
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the this was the lead into the family didn't is
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are you and you
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locally and yours
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and the ball would be to be
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so it totally didn't is also accept or double created yeah and delivering system
00:31:04
and also b. r. d. v. where the other guy has rocks the between twenty one bees
00:31:13
no we try to minimise the twenty by twenty one the to also thank you
00:31:24
e.
00:31:27
uh_huh
00:31:31
to um let me just up quickly though by um three new with i
00:31:35
think the communication with the majority of beneficial it's it's getting easier
00:31:41
because of technology and smart phones i think the what
00:31:44
if creating the discrepancy because the most vulnerable
00:31:48
don't have access to that technology and there there is no replacement for
00:31:52
being out on the ground and having that reach but i
00:31:55
think with the calls enters the websites phrase book i think i'm
00:31:59
plenty more the we're probably only just beginning to realise
00:32:02
um for the third party monitoring to once you buy it was planned from the beginning
00:32:08
i think what is true is that possibly a um i don't think any of us
00:32:12
are quite realise how much what the was in setting up the whole project
00:32:16
and if you think that we launched in september piloted in october role that nationwide in of them but
00:32:22
but they live in december and we will be well over eight hundred thousand refugees um in july
00:32:28
it was one of the things they got de prioritised it has now the terms of reference has now been um
00:32:34
signed off by echoed by the government like t. l. c. and w. it be
00:32:39
and the tendering should be starting next week or certainly in july um to do that
00:32:46
um well hand is going to and so on the j. m. c. uh
00:32:50
that was another question um i think the writers mitigating the various
00:32:57
but the the what the the mitigating the battery is you have to start you have to work
00:33:02
out what the bear is that through analysis and then you work out a response strategy
00:33:07
i think that's exactly where we are now i'm part does that play the release from parts and
00:33:14
on the collaboration so it uh i'm still object to talk a little bit
00:33:18
about the program before the different about the social fifteenth before the ascent
00:33:22
not starting from scratch we have already you know three million refugees
00:33:26
were the minister from your social policies had it on
00:33:29
a social safety networking with angie was working on the ground so when we design the program it was again
00:33:36
collaborative approach with them and snapped one the uh the emission of
00:33:40
for calibration it's different dimensions of calibration old people to examples because or isn't is already very
00:33:47
multi dimension the uh program i'd like to give you an example of the agency which you know very well
00:33:52
yeah it on a daily basis what taking decisions that's not only g. m. c.
00:33:56
there is also the minister of finance social policies and the different task force
00:34:00
we have the ascent that's for somebody own structure when the dollars are there
00:34:04
the engine was are there yeah united nations are there and we are
00:34:08
there it to do the it's kind of collaborative approach to on a biweekly basis
00:34:14
yeah another example on the difference we have this service centres who are providing referrals for
00:34:20
on the production side of the program which is providing more why this
00:34:24
is for a sort of safety net will be suffered goes
00:34:27
to n. g. o.s line g. o.s a government uh for the
00:34:31
family and social policies and it's the ah as well
00:34:34
so um uh it's not the that kind of simple
00:34:38
kind of approach for compilation is really complicated and
00:34:42
as we told the sky is that type of learn day by day learning
00:34:46
but improving if each day to try to uh
00:34:50
mitigate the risks and to achieve our goals
00:34:55
right
00:34:58
but what about thank you i'll start by saying you know if you have any questions you want
00:35:03
more in depth about my presentation i think a kids' been kind enough to print out this
00:35:08
i've got my take only for you can raise the and you can get this corpus from them
00:35:12
or or you can come to me up i just want to appreciate it you know
00:35:19
we can not to go with the value of well you know proximity shows
00:35:24
but i think i'll come back to my earlier remarks that you
00:35:27
know some of the solutions needs to be frequent expect if
00:35:31
what we what what is the that we're talking about and what is the context that we're dealing
00:35:36
and really allows us to be open minded inflexible in terms
00:35:40
of what approaches more meaningful and be able to
00:35:44
leverage planning from different approaches been you didn't come up with evidence that didn't inform what
00:35:51
is more meaningful and what gives of the value of money uh thank you
00:35:57
great thank you very much when keep him from lunch thank you to all the promises um

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Conference program

Opening
Nigel Timmins, Humanitarian Director, Oxfam International and Chair of CaLP Board
28 June 2017 · 9:09 a.m.
Formal Welcome
Manuel Bessler, Assistant Director General and Head of Humanitarian Aid Department, SDC
28 June 2017 · 9:48 a.m.
Looking to the future : Panel introduction
Christina Bennett, Head of the Humanitarian Policy Group, ODI
28 June 2017 · 9:56 a.m.
Looking to the future: Social Cash Transfer in Response to Ebola in Liberia
Gabriel Fernandez, National Social Protection Coordinator, Liberian Government
28 June 2017 · 9:56 a.m.
Looking to the future : MasterCard perspective
Ian Taylor, Vice President, Business Development, Government & Public Sector, MasterCard
28 June 2017 · 10:12 a.m.
Looking to the future : International Relations perspective
Jennifer Welsh, Professor and Chair in International Relations, European University Institute and Senior Research Fellow, Somerville College, University of Oxford
28 June 2017 · 10:30 a.m.
Q&A - Looking to the future
Panel
28 June 2017 · 10:37 a.m.
Operational Modalities : Panel introduction
Ben Parker, Senior Editor, IRIN
28 June 2017 · 11:08 a.m.
Operational Modalities : Sri Lanka experience
Sithamparapillai Amalanathan, Secretary, Ministry of Disaster Management, Sri Lanka
28 June 2017 · 11:10 a.m.
Operational Modalities : Turkish experience
Orhan Hac?mehmet and Jonathan Campbell, Resp: Coordinator Of Kizilaykart Cash Based Assistance Programmes, Turkish Red Crescent - Deputy Country Director, WFP, Turkey
28 June 2017 · 11:21 a.m.
Operational Modalities : Zimbabwe experience
Abel. S. Whande, Team Leader, Cash Transfer Program, Care International in Zimbabwe
28 June 2017 · 11:36 a.m.
Operational Modalities : UNHCR experience
Waheed Lor-Mehdiabadi, Chief of Cash-Based Interventions, UNHCR
28 June 2017 · 11:45 a.m.
Q&A - Operational Modalities
Panel
28 June 2017 · 12:01 p.m.
Scaling Up Cash In East Africa : Panel introduction
Christina Bennett, Head of the Humanitarian Policy Group, ODI
28 June 2017 · 1:32 p.m.
Scaling up Cash in East Africa: Nisar Majid
Nisar Majid, Independent Researcher, Consultant and Visiting Fellow, Feinstein International Centre, Tufts University
28 June 2017 · 1:32 p.m.
Scaling Up Cash In East Africa : ADESO perspective
Deqa Saleh, Cash and Social Protection Advisor, ADESO
28 June 2017 · 1:46 p.m.
Scaling Up Cash In East Africa : WFP perspective
Ernesto Gonzalez, Regional Advisor for cash-based programmes, WFP Bureau for Central and Eastern Africa
28 June 2017 · 1:52 p.m.
Scaling Up Cash In East Africa : Relief International perspective
Alex Gray, Global Humanitarian Director for Relief International
28 June 2017 · 1:58 p.m.
Q&A - Scaling Up Cash In East Africa
Panel
28 June 2017 · 2:06 p.m.
Significant Updates : Panel Introduction
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28 June 2017 · 2:33 p.m.
Cash Barometer and community perspectives of CTP in Afghanistan
Elias Sagmiester, Programme Manager, Ground Truth Solutions
28 June 2017 · 2:35 p.m.
First long-term trial of a Universal Basic Income, Kenya
Joanna Macrae, Director, European Partnerships, GiveDirectly
28 June 2017 · 2:44 p.m.
Changing from a pipeline to a platform
Paula Gil Baizan, Global Humanitarian Director Cash-Based Programming, World Vision International
28 June 2017 · 2:51 p.m.
Grand Bargain and GHD cash work streams
Emily Henderson, Humanitarian Adviser, DFID
28 June 2017 · 3:02 p.m.
Donor Perspectives : Panel introduction
Thabani Maphosa, Vice President for Food Assistance, World Vision International, World Vision US
28 June 2017 · 3:39 p.m.
Donor Perspectives : ECHO vision
Androulla Kaminara, Director, DG ECHO
28 June 2017 · 3:42 p.m.
Donor Perspectives : Office of Policy and Resources Planning's vision
Paula Reed Lynch, Director, Office of Policy and Resources Planning, Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration
28 June 2017 · 3:49 p.m.
Donor Perspectives : Norway vision
Ingunn Vatne, Minister Counsellor and Head of the Humanitarian team, Permanent Mission of Norway in Geneva
28 June 2017 · 3:58 p.m.
Donor Perspectives : DFID vision
Patrick Saez, Senior Adviser, Humanitarian Policy and Partnerships, DFID, UK
28 June 2017 · 4:08 p.m.
Donor Perspectives : Centre for Global Development vision
Jeremy Konyndyk, Senior Policy Fellow, Centre for Global Development
28 June 2017 · 4:22 p.m.
Q&A - Donor Perspectives
Panel
28 June 2017 · 4:39 p.m.
Closing Remarks
Alex Jacobs, Director, CaLP
28 June 2017 · 5:27 p.m.