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Evaluating the impact of conditional cash transfer programs
|Statement||Laura B. Rawlings and Gloria M. Rubio.|
|Series||Policy research working paper ;, 3119, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 3119.|
|Contributions||Rubio, Gloria, World Bank.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2003616238|
Impact evaluation is the main means for empirically testing what actually happens when interventions are implemented. In parallel to these trends, behavioral economics has Cited by: 2. Conditional cash transfer programs have proven effective in countries across the globe and New York is proud to be the first American city to experiment with the innovative idea. This book provides an up-to-date assessment of CCT programs based on impact evaluations studies from across the by:
The program ran for a year with community workshops and then for a second year with the home visits. This evaluation focused on the impact of the parenting program in areas where a prior evaluation had already found sustained behavioral changes in families that received conditional cash transfers through Atención a Crisis. The evaluation of. RAWLINGS, Laura B. e RUBIO, Gloria M. Evaluating the Impact of Conditional Cash Transfer Programs – Lessons from Latin America, Volume 1, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper , August , The World Bank, YAP, Yoon .
Cash transfer programs have not always affected children’s nutritional status. We revie articles relating cash transfer programs and height for age, finding 21 papers on 17 programs. Applying meta-analysis we examine the overarching relationship, finding that the programs’ average impact on height-for-age is positive, but small Cited by: The implementation of conditional cash transfer programs has been accompanied by systematic efforts to measure their effectiveness and understand their broader impact on household behavior,  a marked departure from the limited attention that was paid to rigorous impact evaluations in the past.
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Evaluating the Impact of Conditional Cash Transfer Programs Lessons from Latin America Laura B. Rawlings and Gloria M. Rubio World Bank Policy Research Working PaperAugust The Policy Research Working Paper Series disseminates the findings of work in progress to encourage the exchange of ideas about development issues.
Evaluating the Impact of Conditional Cash Transfer Programs: Lessons from Latin America Article (PDF Available) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Despite this promising evidence, many questions remain unanswered about the impact of conditional cash transfer programs, including those concerning their effectiveness under different country conditions and the sustainability of the welfare by: Many questions remain unanswered, however, including the potential of conditional cash transfer programs to function well under different conditions, to address a broader range Evaluating the impact of conditional cash transfer programs book challenges among poor and vulnerable populations, and to prevent the.
Evaluating the Impact of Conditional Cash Transfer Programs Authors/Editors: Laura B. Rawlings and Gloria M. Rubio World Bank Research Observer Vol Cited by: Jessica Todd & Paul Winters & Guy Stecklov, "Evaluating the impact of conditional cash transfer programs on fertility: the case of the Red de Protección Social in Nicaragua," Journal of Population Economics, Springer;European Society for Population Economics, vol.
25(1), pagesJanuary. Conditional cash transfer (CCT) programs aim to reduce poverty by making welfare programs conditional upon the receivers' actions. The government (or a charity) only transfers the money to persons who meet certain criteria.
These criteria may include enrolling children into public schools, getting regular check-ups at the doctor's office, receiving vaccinations, or the like. Evaluating the impact of conditional cash transfer programs. Washington, D.C.: World Bank, Latin American and the Caribbean Region, Human Development Sector Unit,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Laura Rawlings; Gloria Rubio.
Several developing economies have recently introduced conditional cash transfer programs, which provide money to poor families contingent on certain behavior, usually investments in human capital, such as sending children to school or bringing them to health centers.
The approach is both an alternative to more traditional social assistance programs and a demand. Bolsa Família has several design and implementation characteristics that distance it from a pure human-capital-based conditional cash transfer model.
For that reason, we compare the impact of Bolsa Família to that of other conditional cash transfer programs in Latin America, such as in Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, and Chile. This paper presents the main findings of a quantitative evaluation of the Red de Protección Social (RPS), a conditional cash transfer program in Nicaragua, against its primary objectives.
These included supplementing income to increase household expenditures on food, reducing primary school desertion, and improving the health care and. in a later report, with the impact analysis. But the findings to date on the first two years of implementa-tion are encouraging and suggest that Family Rewards was a step in the right direction in the effort to assess whether the conditional cash.
Impact of Conditional Cash Transfers on Girls’ Education priya nanda, nitin Datta, priya Das March ICRW is evaluating the ABAD CCT implemented between in Haryana, India.
In the absence of baseline data fromthe study involved universal listing across 4 districts to track beneficiaries of ABAD and alsoFile Size: 2MB.
Can conditional cash transfer programs in Mexico and Latin America improve health and schooling outcomes for poor women and children. Does a new road actually raise welfare in a remote area in Tanzania, or is it a "highway to nowhere?" This book reviews quantitative methods and models of impact evaluation.
This readiness of data has resulted in the publication of numerous evaluations and systematic reviews; of these, perhaps the most frequently referenced is Rawlings et al.’s ‘Evaluating the impact of conditional cash transfer programs’.
As a country sector director for Latin America and the Caribbean with the World Bank, Rawlings is Cited by: Cash transfers. Social protection schemes have become high on the development agendas of donors, multilateral and bilateral development agencies, and many governments in developing countries [12–15].Social protection schemes can play three critical roles which are key to addressing the determinants of health: promotion (of livelihoods and opportunities), protection Cited by: Rawlings, B., & Rubio, G.
Evaluating the impact of conditional cash transfer programs: Lessons from Latin America. Oxford: Oxford University Press and The World Bank. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Family, Poverty and Inequalities in Latin America and the Caribbean.
AUTHORS: Cristina Gomes. Results on operational impact evaluation of the cash transfer for orphans and vulnerable children program in Kenya. Impact Evaluation Workshop, Accra, Ghana.
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This exercise dataset was created for researchers interested in learning how to use the models described in the "Handbook on Impact Evaluation Handbook on Impact Evaluation: Quantitative Methods and Practices - Exercises Can conditional cash transfer programs in Mexico and Latin America improve health and schooling outcomes for.
One Plus One can be Greater than Two: Evaluating Synergies of Development Programmes in Malawi (Journal of Development Studies, Oct ); The interaction between social protection and agriculture: a review of evidence (Global Food Security, Vol September ); Impact of cash transfer programs on food security and nutrition in sub-Saharan Africa: a cross-country .The evidence on unconditional cash transfer programs has spurred donors to dedicate millions of dollars to these programs.
InGood Ventures gave $25 million to GiveDirectly citing that it is cost-effective and evidence-backed, and that cash transfers have the potential to be “a tool for greater impact and accountability in international.JSY is a conditional cash transfer program that provides financial incentives to pregnant women and female Prior studies evaluating the effect of conditional cash transfers on immunization coverage have generally found () The impact of conditional cash transfers on health outcomes and use of health services in low and Cited by: