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Group Cash Transfer (GCT) is an approach that provides resources in the form of cash transfers to unregistered, emerging or self-mobilizing community groups to implement projects that contribute to the immediate survival and recovery needs of a crisis-affected population, benefiting either a sub-section of the community or the community at large. 

With funding from Oxfam IBIS and Oxfam in Poland, Oxfam pilot projects using GCTs were run across four countries – Burkina Faso, Lebanon, South Sudan, and Poland. This report summarizes the main findings of the pilots to encourage uptake and provides recommendations on ways to further develop the GCT approach in the future.

This paper is supported by a fact sheet: GCT Fact Sheet.

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