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Measurement of Interpersonal Violence in National Social Cash Transfer Evaluations

Measurement of Interpersonal Violence in National Social Cash Transfer Evaluations

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Tia Palermo

 

Publication date: 4

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Innocenti Research Briefs

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Abstract

Over the past decade, more than a dozen government-run cash transfer programmes have been launched in sub-Saharan Africa as part of national social protection strategies. Recently there has been increased interest in examining whether such programmes reduce interpersonal violence, including between partners and against children. In this Research Brief we discuss different approaches that have been implemented in evaluations supported by the Transfer Project.
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