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Karen Jacobsen and Paula Armstrong share insights from recent report with the Cash Learning Partnership community
The three lessons they review are:
1. Maintain a participatory and communicative approach throughout a cash-based intervention,
2. Exercise caution in collecting and using sensitive, protection-related data to target beneficiaries for cash or e-voucher assistance,
3. Enhance positive protection implications thorough strong linkages between cash and protection programming.
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