CaLP Webinar series on market based approaches in humanitarian contexts
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CaLP Webinar series on market based approaches in humanitarian contexts 02 Mar 2017 09:43 #20713

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Hi everyone,

The use of Market-Based Programming (MBP) in humanitarian contexts is increasing and improving. Over the last year, there have been a number of key technical developments to facilitate the use of MBP. CaLP's Markets Working Group is therefore launching a webinar series to share these developments with the Markets in Crisis Community of Practice.

The first webinar will take place on Tuesday 14/02 from 2 - 3.30pm GMT. Please join the webinar session via the following link: calp.adobeconnect.com/marketswebinar/

The agenda will include presentations on:

- The revised Market-Based Programming spectrum - by CRS

- The Minimum Standard for Market Analysis - by CaLP

- The Markets Compass (which enables you to select the right Market analysis tool) - by Oxfam

- A new template for collating market analysis information - by ACAPS

- The Market Information framework (which helps practitioner understand the breath of decisions that can be informed by market data) - by IRC

Finally, there will be time for a technical discussion, and for you to help us shape the agenda for our future webinars.

It is not focused on sanitation but there will be learning that is transferable to WASH programmes.
Esther Shaylor
WASH Communications and Knowledge Management Adviser
Oxfam GB
Working on the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Phase 3 SuSanA project (see here: www.susana.org/en/resources/projects?search=SEI)
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