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Cash and Voucher Assistance for Education in Emergencies: Synthesis report and guidelines

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Cash and Voucher Assistance for Education in Emergencies: Synthesis report and guidelines

Date of publication: 
01 Jan 2018

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Author: 
Truhlarova Cristescu, Dana
Publisher: 
Global Education Cluster
NRC, Norwegian Refugee Council
Publication type: 
Analysis
Reports
Studies, Reviews and Research

Cash and voucher assistance (CVA) for education in emergencies removes economic barriers preventing crisis affected children from accessing education, thereby leading to prevention of drop-outs, increased enrolment and attendance. When multiple economic, protection, cultural and education service-related barriers to education need to be addressed, CVA for EiE should be delivered in integration with interventions addressing those barriers that are not economic in nature. The use of CVA for EiE has been limited, mainly due to lack of understanding of current practices. The Synthesis of the Cash and Voucher Assistance for Education in Emergencies Study brought to light the key take-aways to inform practice.

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