Promoting child- and gender-sensitive outcomes in cash transfer programmes: a review of different strategies in programme administration
Anne Esser () and
Anna Davies Davidsen ()
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Anne Esser: IPC-IG
Anna Davies Davidsen: IPC-IG
No 61, Policy Research Brief from International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth
"Child- and gender-sensitive features of cash transfer programming aim, on the one hand, to improve investment in human capital and thus address the intergenerational cycle of poverty and, on the other hand, to promote women's economic and social empowerment and gender equality. This Policy Research Brief seeks to outline different strategies that have been adopted in programme administration by linking different features of cash transfer programmes (CTPs) with evidence of their child- and gender-sensitive outcomes". (?)
Keywords: Promoting; child-sensitive; gender-sensitive; outcomes; cash transfer; programmes; review; different; strategies; programme; administration (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published by UNDP - International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth , 2017, pages 1-5
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