5 edition of Conditional cash transfers found in the catalog.
Conditional cash transfers
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ariel Fizbein, Norbert Schady.|
|Contributions||Schady, Norbert Rüdiger, 1967-|
|LC Classifications||HC130.P63 F564 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780821373521, 9780821373538|
|LC Control Number||2008047645|
"Conditional cash transfers have been evaluated by sophisticated statistical methods that ignore moral issues. This book adds to the critique of conditionality and . Conditional cash transfer programs (CCTs) have become increasingly popular in low-income countries, particularly in Latin America. CCTs involve cash payments to poor families when they participate in educational, health-related, nutritional, or other services that could help lift them out of poverty.
The line between conditional and unconditional (or social) cash transfer programmes is blurred at best. Both conditions and the ‘no-strings-attached’ version need to be communicated and perceived Author: Marie Gaarder. Conditional cash transfer programs are effective in achieving the dual goals of alleviating poverty and helping individuals from poor households improve their chances of getting out of poverty. The programs increase the ability to provide for families with children while at the same time improving their chances to raise the children\'s educational attainment.
This book empirically analyzes the vulnerability of poor households in rural areas of Mexico and the effects of the conditional cash transfer (CCT) program called PROGRESA-Oportunidades by adopting the two most recent sets of rural household panel data for − "Written by a select team of specialists from several disciplines, and [deploying] a comparative perspective, the book highlights the diverse meanings that money from conditional cash transfer policies assumes in rural communities across Latin America, and is thus fundamental reading for academics, students, and policy makers.".
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Conditional cash transfers (CCTs) are programs that transfer cash, generally to poor households, on the condition that those households make pre specified Conditional cash transfers book in the human capital of their children. This overview of the main report summarizes that there is good evidence that CCTs have improved the lives of poor by: Conditional Cash Transfer Programmes: The Recent Experience in Latin America and the Caribbean [United Nations] on *FREE* Conditional cash transfers book on qualifying offers.
Conditional Cash Transfer Programmes: The Recent Experience in Latin America and the CaribbeanFirst published: 31 Jan, Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) programs aim to reduce poverty by making welfare programs conditional upon the receivers' actions. That is, the government only transfers the money to persons who meet certain criteria.
This book empirically analyzes the vulnerability of poor households in rural areas of Mexico and the effects of the conditional cash transfer (CCT) program called PROGRESA-Oportunidades by adopting the two most recent sets of rural household panel data for − The period covered by this bookBrand: Springer Singapore.
on conditional cash transfers. The book is based on a series of case stud-ies and would not be possible without the valuable collaboration of the governments of the region, in particular the program managers and technical teams that facili-tated access to information and validated the content of the case studies: in Brazil, Roberta.
Twenty years have passed since conditional cash transfer programs were first implemented in Latin America and the Caribbean. This book takes the opportunity to critically review the design options and operational solutions employed by the countries in the region, with the goal of systematizing this accumulated operational knowledge and identifying both good practices and remaining challenges.
Conditional cash transfers require beneficiaries to comply with specific conditions to be eligible for the transfer.
These are often related to school attendance or health care. Unconditional cash transfers do not require any specific actions to be undertaken by targeted beneficiaries. CONDITIONAL CASH TRANSFERS Twin objectives: Immediate poverty relief through provision of cash transfers Long-term poverty reduction by linking transfers to incentives for investments in human capital (co-responsibilities) Principle of Shared Responsibility Give cash stipend to the poor Poor need to ensure they carry out co.
Conditional cash transfer programmes are aimed at reducing poverty as well as breaking the cycle of poverty for the next generation through the development of human capital.
Conditional cash transfers (CCTs) are rapidly expanding as a poverty-reduction strategy around the world. Following the publication of positive findings from a randomized controlled trial (RCT) launched in to evaluate Mexico’s CCT program (Progresa/Oportunidades), more than 60 countries have adopted CCT programs.
A body of evidence now shows both conditional and unconditional cash transfers can make substantial positive impacts on the lives of the poor. 2 Here are some examples: One-time cash grants of $ provided to young adults in conflict-affected northern Uganda had significant impacts on income and employment four years later, a study by Christopher Blattman, Nathan Fiala, and Sebastian Martinez.
Opportunity NYC–Family Rewards, an experimental, privately funded, conditional cash trans- fer (CCT) program to help families break the cycle of poverty, was the first comprehensive CCT program in a developed country. Conditional Cash Transfers Book Summary: Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) programs aim to reduce poverty by making welfare programs conditional upon the receivers' actions.
That is, the government 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.
Conditional Cash Transfer and Gender, Class, and Ethnic Domination: The Case of Bolivia Nora Nagels. Chapter 9. Behind the Official Story: The Unintended Effects of Social Transfer Programmes in Conflict-Affected Contexts Fiona Samuels and Nicola Jones.
Chapter Are Cash Transfers Rocking or Wrecking the World of Social Workers in Egypt Pages: Cash transfers don’t run the same risk microloans do of hurting recipients by encouraging indebtedness at high interest rates. Cash transfers faciltate higher-risk investments than microloans.
They thus give recipients more options and potentially open opportunities to earn greater returns, without risking having to default on loans. Conditional cash transfers (CCTs) are programs that transfer cash, generally to poor households, on the condition that those households make pre specified investments in the human capital of their children.
The report shows that there is good evidence Cited by: Conditional cash transfer programs aim to reduce poverty by making welfare programs conditional upon the receivers' actions.
The government 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.
CCTs seek to help the current generation in poverty, as well. During the past decade, use of conditional cash transfers (CCT) has spread to the social sectors, most commonly to education, but increasingly also to health. Payments are generally linked to compliance with recommendations pertaining to childhood school attendance, childhood immunization and pregnancy care (perinatal visits and nutrition).
Twenty years have passed since conditional cash transfer programs were first implemented in Latin America and the Caribbean. This book takes the opportunity to critically review the design options and operational solutions employed by the countries.
Conditional cash transfer programs have become instrumental in encouraging the use of formal health services in developing countries, but little is known about their effect on the use of low‐quality informal care.
Using a large survey of Peruvian rural households and a regression discontinuity design, we find a sizeable reduction in the use Author: Natalia Guerrero, Oswaldo Molina, Diego Winkelried.
This paper evaluates a new HIV prevention strategy: offering financial incentives for individuals to maintain their HIV status. Conditional cash transfers (CCTs) have been found to be effective in a variety of settings (Fiszbein and Schady ).
In the developing world, some of the most well known CCTs have involved incentives for households, parents, or children to engage in healthy Cited by: Conditional cash transfers (CCTs) present a promising approach to simultaneously tackle chronic poverty and poor health.
While these programmes clearly embody beneficent aims, questions remain. The search terms used included combinations of cash transfer, conditional cash transfer, conditional, social protection, conditionality, CCT, unconditional.
The initial search process yielded sources, results were then limited to full‐text, English language and sources published between and Author: Sheliza Ladhani, Kathleen C. Sitter.