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CCD Country Collaborations

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CCD is piloting in-country networks worldwide and continuously working to improve its support for collaborations among relevant actors involved in cash and transfer assistance. CCD has implemented a new model in Ukraine and Poland based on lessons learned from previous collaborations.


Collaboration Presence 


  • Yemen 

  • Horn of Afric

* Although Colombia and Ecuador were started as networks, they are currently dormant. 



These are the potential longlist countries for CCD’s services. They are on the watchlist based on the criteria list but no scoping activity is planned in the short term. Any engagement will be based on CCD’s internal capacity and appetite from CCD members.

  • Afghanistan 

  • DRC

  • The Sahel

  • Peru

  • Haiti 

  • CAR 

  • Honduras & other Central American countries 

  • Syria

  • Madagascar 


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 working to establish norms of collaboration across the cash value chain. This will enable actors to form partnerships quickly and reliably based on each organisation's strengths. CCD deploys in-country facilitators and managers to overcome barriers that prevent local NGOs, governments, and the private sector from forming productive partnerships. This ensures that all actors can embark on larger projects that use a common technical and operational cash coordination 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

The model strives to be more cost-efficient in that it:

  • allows for risk and cost-sharing between collaborators

  • improves accountability to beneficiaries by adhering to best practice standards

  • provides flexibility and adaptability in varying and evolving contexts 

  • enables streamlined ways of working

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