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Conditional cash transfer programmes their relevance for Nepal by DFID Nepal

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Published by Department of International Development in [Kathmandu] .
Written in English


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Pagination34 p.
Number of Pages34
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Open LibraryOL24887158M
LC Control Number2011323835

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  The New Trend in Social Policies. Conditional Cash Transfer Programs [Magdalena Zettl] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Seminar paper from the year in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Middle- and South America. 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 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 vaccinations, or the like. 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.

Conditional cash transfer programmes and nutritional status. Conditional cash transfer programmes give money to households on the condition that they comply with certain pre-defined requirements. These conditions can include, for example, up-to-date vaccinations, regular visits to a health care facility, regular school attendance by children, and complying with health and nutrition promotion activities . Conditional cash transfer programmes 7 Abstract This document summarizes experience with conditional cash transfer or “co-responsibility” (CCT) programmes in Latin America and the Caribbean, over a period lasting more than 15 years. During this time, CCTs have consolidated and spread through the region’s various countries.   Conditional cash transfers (CCT) are part of a new generation of development programs that seek to foster human capital accumulation among the young as a means to breaking the inter-generational cycle of poverty. As their name implies, conditional cash transfers provide money to poor families conditional upon investments in human capital such as. Results from Evaluations of Conditional Cash Transfer Programs Results from a Cash Transfer Program Evaluation Figures. People Living on Less Than US$ per Day, by Region, 33 Malnutrition and Food Aid in Africa, – 35 .

This book offers readers a deeper understanding of the diffusion process of the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) programs in Latin America and the role played by experts and international organizations. CCTs have been increasingly implemented around the world in recent decades, and by , 17 countries in Latin America had adopted them. 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, . Conditional cash transfer (CCT) programmes have been tried in other regions, notably Latin America, with relative success. The two key characteristics of CCT programmes are that they simultaneously. 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.