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Market-Based Programming in WASH: Technical Guidance for Humanitarian Practitioners

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Sacha Myers / Save the Children
8:00am - 9:00am ET

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Over recent years, humanitarian aid organizations have increasingly used market-based programming (MBP) to deliver water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in emergencies.  ‘Market-based modalities’ include the distribution of cash and vouchers, which enable recipient households to access the WASH goods and services they need, as well as supporting WASH markets to deliver them at humanitarian standards. 

This webinar will present the updated practical guidance on MBP in humanitarian WASH responses. This document introduces concrete steps that can be followed and implemented in line with the key phases of the humanitarian program management cycle: Assessment, Response Analysis, Program design and implementation, Monitoring, and Preparedness. The guide includes links to practical tools, templates and guides that practitioners can adapt to use in their own work. 

This webinar is intended primarily for Humanitarian WASH practitioners, Cash & Market specialists, Humanitarian business support teams supporting WASH programs, WASH Cluster/Sector coordinators, policy and decision markers, and donors.   

This 60-minute webinar will be in English with simultaneous interpretation for French, Arabic, Portuguese, and Spanish speakers.

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