Is the Conditionality Necessary in Conditional Cash Transfer Programmes? Evidence from Mexico
AbstractConditional cash transfers (CCTs) are an increasingly popular tool for poverty alleviation. Drawing on lessons learned from programmes in a variety of countries ? notably Mexico?s PROGRESA programme ? they are now found throughout the developing world. CCTs give cash transfers to households that meet specific conditions or undertake certain actions, such as ensuring that school-age children go to school or that pre-school children regularly see a nurse or doctor. (...)
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Date of creation: Aug 2008
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Publication status: Published by UNDP - International Poverty Centre, August 2008, pages 1-1
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