About the project
DigCBA seeks to answer how can policy makers at governments, donors, humanitarian organizations, international and national non-governmental organizations and other actors be supported to make an informed decision about the use of digital technologies in cash-based assistance in refugee crises.
DigCBA at HNPW 2023
Presentation by Virva at HUMLOG Anniversary on DigCBA project
Master student (Hanken) connected to DigCBA graduated!
Virva Toumala (Hanken) at Makerere University Business School
DigCBA researchers submitted 3 papers to IJDRR special issue
DigCBA contributes to the responsible use of digital CBA in the refugee crisis. Digital technology, including mobile money, electronic vouchers, electronic cash, and recently blockchain-based systems, is transforming CBA.
D2.3 – Risks and Benefits Analysis
D2.2 – Validated Context Assessment Framework
Master’s Thesis by Jamile Teles Hamideh
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