Lasting Benefits - The role of cash transfers in tackling child mortality

This report argues that cash transfers – predictable, regular transfers of cash to individuals or households by governments – can play a critical role in accelerating reductions in child mortality. The evidence presented suggests that well-designed cash transfer programmes can help tackle many of the determinants of child mortality, most immediately by increasing access to healthcare and reducing malnutrition.

Published 2010-03-26

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2009
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PDF, 66p., ill.
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© The Save the Children Fund 2009
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Publication year
2009
Format
PDF, 66p., ill.
Rights
© The Save the Children Fund 2009
Creative Commons License
None
Content Type
Reports