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23 May 2017
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This briefing summarises the evidence on the impact of cash transfers on women and girls, drawn from the full report, Cash transfers: what does the evidence say?

It considers:

  •     Whether the evidence shows that cash transfers have differing impacts for women and girls compared to men and boys.
  •     Whether cash transfers contribute to women and girls’ empowerment.
  •     Whether the recipient of the cash transfer being male or female has any impact on outcomes.


Report by ODI


Edited by: Creamer Media Reporter
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