Market Based Rapid Response and Recovery (MBRRR) Market-based programming is a key part of CRS’ humanitarian preparedness and response programs. Here you will find practical guidance for program and operations staff on how to assess, design, implement, and monitor cash-based programs.
There are 3 main modalities in cash-based programs in this guidance: direct cash transfers, cash vouchers and commodity vouchers, which are further detailed in the Overview of Cash-Based Modalities Guidance.
How This Guide Should Be Used
This electronic guide is intended for field practitioners in preparedness or emergency settings who seek practical resources for planning or implementing cash-based programs. It is divided up by stages of the program cycle, from project design, through implementation, and then monitoring. The guide is designed for online or offline access through CRS’ EFOM. Where possible, the guide draws from both CRS resources as well as the good work of other actors in cash-based programming.
The initial phase of a response – from Day 1 to the end of Month 1
Includes both the Needs and Market Assessments; a Risk Assessment; Response Analysis and Program Design; and Proposal Writing.
Includes Staffing, Selecting Vendors for Voucher Programs, Selecting Service Providers for Cash Delivery, Managing Cash Distributions, Delivering and Managing Payments, Data Management and Coordination.
Includes PDM Survey, PDM FGD/KII, Exit Surveys and Beneficiary Feedback Guidance.
Includes the MBRRR PMWG Cash-based Programming Checklist for PMs, PO/Partner Staff, MEAL Officers, HoPs, HoOPs. Please click on this Protection Mainstreaming link to access the Protection Mainstreaming webpage and scroll to the Sector/Activity Specific Tools section.
Includes the Operations Guidance for Cash Based Programming and MarKit