Primary Outcomes (end points)
Key beneficiary household outcomes of interest can be divided into operational outcomes, knowledge outcomes, and behavioral outcomes.
Operational outcomes: the rate of compliance with conditionalities by cluster every quarter/half year (depends on conditionality), percentage of cash transfer used every month, coverage under public health insurance, and personal knowledge of community worker.
Knowledge Outcomes: knowledge of content of social-familiar educational curriculum, location of local health clinics and schools, requirements and prohibitions about CCT program participation, identity of local politicians and public servants, availability and content of vocational training programs.
Behavioral Outcomes: level, diversity, and quality of food consumption, education and health related expenditures, level of credit and savings, entrepreneurship, labor market participation of household head and other household members, political and community volunteering and civic involvement, use of public health services, participation in vocational training programs, experience with and cause of recent household shocks, in/outmigration among household members, and subjective well-being.
Among community workers, key outcomes include:
Operational outcomes: the fraction of households visited every month and personal knowledge of beneficiaries.
Knowledge Outcomes: knowledge of content of social-familiar educational curriculum, location of local health clinics and schools, requirements and prohibitions about CCT program participation
Behavioral Outcomes: Personal progress and performance in university (if applicable), income and other employment for self and other members of household, participation in other community and political activities, volunteerism and leadership, career aspirations and orientation to public service, views on poverty and government, enrollment of family members in the CCT program, and subjective well-being.