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HCRI Cash Transfer Programming workshop

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Roscoe 2.2

The University of Manchester

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Manchester

M13 9PL

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Key Aid Consulting

Key Aid consulting supports individuals and organisations working in the aid sector through quality evaluations, innovative capacity strengthening and comprehensive solutions for cash and market based programming.

Helene Juillard

Helene has over a decade’s experience evaluating, researching and managing emergency and early recovery responses for INGOs and UN agencies. She has specific expertise with cash and market, as well as capacity strengthening skills.

Seminar objectives

To offer a practical introduction to cash and market-based programming in crisis settings, the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute has organised this day seminar.

By the end of the seminar, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the different cash and market related concepts and terminologies;
  • Discuss how cash and market-based programming have been used across sectors and contexts and their comparative benefits;
  • Identify what market data can be used for in emergency settings.

The seminar will run from10am to 4pm.

Participants will be actively encouraged to take part in classroom discussions and group work. The trainer will draw on both theoretical and practical knowledge in order to make the experience and learning applicable.


Priority will be given to HCRI's taught postgraduate students. We will contact all registrants in due course with further information; we regret that we will not be able to confirm attendance for any ineligible registrants.

Places are limited, so please let us know as soon as possible if you cannot attend for any reason.

If you have any queries contact hcri@manchester.ac.uk

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