Cash-Based interventions (CBIs), including cash and vouchers, provide a flexible mechanism for delivery of assistance that enables IDPs to meet their needs with autonomy and dignity, while also supporting local markets and host communities. In 2015, an inter-agency project led by UNHCR and including Oxfam, Save the Children, and DRC developed tools, guidance and other resources on CBI and protection in humanitarian response: minimizing the protection risks and maximizing the protection benefits of CBI, and exploring the use of CBI to contribute to protection outcomes. Tools and Guidance are available here.