COLLABORATIVE CASH DELIVERY

NETWORK

COLLABORATING TO MAXIMISE VALUE

©2019 by Collaborative Cash Delivery

CCD IN-COUNTRY COLLABORATIONS

Collaborations go through distinct stages. The CCD network continuously studies how to support their developments. The ambition is to scale the approach to all relevant actors for cash and transfer assistance in the next two years. 

In-country networks are currently being piloted globally.

GEOGRAPHY

COLLABORATION MATURITY

FUNCTIONING

START-UP

  • Nigeria

  • Uganda

SCOPING

 

Many countries have expressed an interest or have begun exploring opportunities for a national network. These include:

  • Cameroon

  • El Salvador

  • Guatemala

  • Indonesia

  • Kenya

  • Malawi

  • Mozambique

  • Nepal

  • Peru

  • Philippines

  • Somalia

  • South Sudan

  • Venezuela

  • Zimbabwe

WHAT DOES CCD LOOK LIKE IN COUNTRY?

Local CCD networks provide: 

  • a visible, local ecosystem of cash actors

  • expanded opportunities for new and local actors

  • improved collective preparedness for cash programming

  • an opportunity to build portfolio of operations and reputational data

  • relationship and trust building.

 

The network is establishing norms of collaboration across the cash and voucher assistance (CVA) value chain to enable actors to form rapid, reliable partnerships that share responsibilities that harness and complement the best of each organisation. By deploying in-country facilitators, the CCD also works to overcome barriers to collaboration ensuring that all actors, including local NGOs, the private sector and governments, have the opportunity to form productive partnerships that enable them to embark on larger projects using a common approach to technical and operational cash coordination.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The model is also more cost-efficient in that it:

  • allows for risk and cost-sharing between collaborators

  • improves accountability to affected people as a result of its adherence to share best practice standards

  • provides flexibility and adaptability in varying and evolving contexts 

  • enables streamlined ways of working

by aggregating systems, following common standards, harmonising technical and operational models, and systemising the ecosystem approach through a platform approach.

A joint emergency operation in South Gonder woreda in Ethiopia between CCD partners (CARE, Catholic Relief Services, Save the Children, World Vision) and other agencies ©2019 Catholic Relief Services