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L?impact du programme de bourse pour l?enfance au Lesotho

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  • Silvio Daidone



  • Benjamin Davis



  • Joshua Dewbre



  • Katia Covarrubias



Le programme de bourse pour lenfance (PBE) du Lesotho a mis en place un système de transferts en espèces visant à réduire la malnutrition, améliorer létat de santé de la population et faire augmenter le taux de scolarisation parmi les orphelins et les enfants en situation de vulnérabilité. Depuis sa création en 2009, ce programme a traversé une profonde mutation : son financement est désormais majoritairement assumé par le gouvernement et le cadre institutionnel et opérationnel nécessaire à son fonctionnement à léchelle nationale a été mis en place. Aujourdhui, le PBE couvre près de vingt mille ménages repartis sur lintégralité du territoire, dont soixante-cinq mille enfants.

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Paper provided by International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth in its series One Pager French with number 281.

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Date of creation: Mar 2015
Publication status: Published by UNDP - International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth , 2015, pages 1-2
Handle: RePEc:ipc:opfran:281
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