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CTP - introduction webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Maggie
43:20
Can you explain 6 please
Aziz Wadi
47:04
I guess this could be a result from increasing accountability of hum. aid
Rebecca
56:02
I don't think that getting involved in the assessments is new. However, it often doesn't happen, so with cash the importance of log involvement becomes even more critical and our role in this needs to be recognised by other functions
DavidT
01:02:23
It looks like CTP is more technologically driven than the usual humanitarian operations. Isn't it going to be a challenge to have the infrastructure in place?. I can see data protection is key, there might be need to get to certain platforms of service enablers etc
Maggie
01:04:48
Any experience of donor acceptance of replacing aid goods with cash?
Anaïs B. SI
01:06:14
yes, definitely, a lot of donors push for cash activities, they committed during the Gran Bargain
Serge
01:07:52
Aren't you concerned this is going to cause a two worlds situation: some suppliers will be able to cope with e-trading, and others not. and therefore will gain an advantage just based on this, and not the quality of their products or delivery delays
Maggie
01:10:52
As I recall in the Phillipines the cash scheme was stymied for need of repairs to a bridge to let suppliers truck in goods and EU c/would not fund the repair. So we may need to think outside the conventional funding box.
Rebecca
01:11:54
Yes
nusenovic
01:11:56
CHL
Sophia Novelli
01:11:58
I’ve done CHL
Serge
01:11:59
i did and completed CHL
DavidT
01:11:59
yes i have CHSCM
Rebecca
01:11:59
CHL
Rebecca
01:13:41
Can we have some info on the modular circulated? I did not know this
Sophia Novelli
01:14:22
how can we find out more info on the CALP?
DavidT
01:14:53
You didnt show what has been replaced in CHSCM
George Fenton
01:14:59
Sergei’s one?
George Fenton
01:15:33
Which was: Aren't you concerned this is going to cause a two worlds situation:
George Fenton
01:16:02
Also, examples of donors push for cash activities maybe?
Anaïs B. SI
01:17:33
all in fact, DFID, ECHO, SIDA as we know, all the main ones signing for the gran bargain
Anaïs B. SI
01:19:19
it seems for the gran bargain pushes us to consider cash by default, and that now we need to prove that we can't do cash... to do others activities
Anaïs B. SI
01:20:47
but only for the e-vouchers right ? we can continue to use paper vouchers,or manuel cash
Anaïs B. SI
01:21:59
what about to equip the suppliers ourselves ?
Anaïs B. SI
01:23:55
just few comments yes :)
Maggie
01:24:14
But please see my point above re donor funding.
George Fenton
01:28:42
No, thank you very much Nathalie
Lina
01:28:42
A point on Serges question: isn't that also disrupting local markets, organizations choosing which suppliers that will receive the cash?
Serge
01:29:47
good point Lina
L.Kekeke
01:29:56
The biggest challenge has been to engage informal service providers in the Money Transfer Programs, where there are under developed banking institutions like Somalia, Syria etc. yet the business is high risk and high value, although I concur vouchers could be used and improve the local economies , and offer flexibility to beneficiaries to choose what to buy to meet their needs & wants
Lina
01:29:59
ok thanks
Aziz Wadi
01:31:07
Where can find recording for this session?
George Fenton
01:31:17
I will send it round to everyone
Aziz Wadi
01:31:29
Thx
nusenovic
01:31:35
How I am signed under Goeorge's name?
nusenovic
01:31:44
:)
George Fenton
01:31:53
Different nicola!
L.Kekeke
01:32:04
Ok Please share the Remote link....for NRC
L.Kekeke
01:32:14
Ok
George Fenton
01:32:20
I’ll add it to the email I send round
L.Kekeke
01:32:35
E courses chargeable?
L.Kekeke
01:33:16
Got it thanks alot
nusenovic
01:33:35
thank yuo and have a good one
Aziz Wadi
01:33:35
Thank you!
L.Kekeke
01:33:35
Likewise
George Fenton
01:33:36
THANKS FOR YOUR TIME NATAHALIE!
Maggie
01:33:38
Very good, thanks
Lina
01:33:39
thank you
Serge
01:33:45
cheers