Innocenti Research Briefs Prevention, Protection, and Production: Evidence from the Zambian Child Grant Programme AUTHOR(S) Audrey Pereira Published: 2016 Innocenti Research Briefs The majority of cash transfers in developing countries focus on conditional cash transfers and typically include beneficiary co-responsibilities as a condition for receiving transfers, such as children’s school attendance or growth-monitoring visits. However, in sub-Saharan Africa cash transfer programmes are mostly unconditional, and have the potential to impact households across a wider range of social and productive domains. This Brief summarizes the Zambian Child Grant Programme and looks at the impacts on recipient households. + - Cite this publication | No. of pages: 3 | Thematic area: Social Policies | Tags: basic education, cash transfers, evaluative studies, nutrition, zambia × COPY BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION Audrey Pereira 2016 Prevention, Protection, and Production: Evidence from the Zambian Child Grant Programme. , pp. 3.