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Conditions for Success in Implementing CCT Programs: Lessons for Asia from Latin America and the Caribbean

Collection:
Black Caribbean Literature (BCL)
Contributor:
Paes-Sousa,Romulo (Author), Regalia,Ferdinando (Author), Stampini,Marco (Author)
Format:
Book, Whole
Publication Date:
Jun 2013
URL:
https://publications.iadb.org/bitstream/handle/11319/1487/IDBDOCS-%2337837277-v1-Policiy_Profile__Conditions_for_Success_in_Implementing_CCT_Programs__Lessons_for_Asia_from_Latin_America_and_the_Caribbean_Report.PDF?sequence=1
Published:
Inter-American Development Bank
Location:
African American Research Center, Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Subject Term:
Caribbean area, Economic conditions, Social conditions, Latin America, Social policy, Finance, Mexico, Banking and public and private finance - International banking and finance and financial institutions, Payment, Infrastructure, Poverty relief, Social insurance
Notes:
83 p., Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) programs have become the main social assistance interventions in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), reaching 129 million individuals in 18 countries in 2010. Programs shared key characteristics such as the payment of cash grants and the incorporation of co-responsibilities, but varied greatly in terms of coverage, infrastructure, routines, and even objectives. In this study, we analyze the experience of six countries (Brazil, Colombia, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico and Peru) and attempt to identify important lessons for countries that have recently started or that are currently considering the introduction of a CCT.