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Cash Transfers and Community Participation in Public Affairs: A Village-Level Randomized Controlled Trial in Kenya
Last registered on October 20, 2020
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assign half of the villages in an area targeted by the NGO GiveDirectly to an unconditional cash

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The NGO GiveDirectly provides large, unconditional cash transfers to poor households in rural Kenya

. GiveDirectly identifies villages in which they are willing to work, and in order to facilitate

treatment villages, GiveDirectly then identifies all households that meet their eligibility

1,000 made in a series of three payments. GiveDirectly is responsible for the intervention. The cash

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, GiveDirectly enrolls and distributes cash transfers to households that meet its eligibility criteria.

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Benchmarking USAID-Funded Health Programs against Household Grants: An Application to Health in Rwanda
Last registered on October 31, 2017
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arm, including the cash transfer amount from GiveDirectly. Some components of the GiveDirectly

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a household grant program implemented by GiveDirectly. These two treatments are compared to a

programs across the world. GiveDirectly has pioneered the use of household grants, an

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intervention), and 61 were assigned to GiveDirectly household grants in a range around the anticipated

assigned to the large GiveDirectly transfer intended to maximize cost effectiveness of cash. The

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General Equilibrium Effects of Cash Transfers in Kenya
Last registered on July 13, 2021
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non-beneficiaries. The NGO GiveDirectly provides large cash transfers to rural households in Kenya

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The NGO GiveDirectly is responsible for the intervention; GiveDirectly provides large

, unconditional cash transfers to poor households in rural Kenya. GiveDirectly identifies villages in which they

randomly assigned to treatment or control status. Within treatment villages, GiveDirectly then identifies

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treatment or control status. In treatment villages, GiveDirectly enrolls and distributes cash

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Evaluating Alternative Cash Transfer Designs in Kenya Using Behavioral Economics
Last registered on September 12, 2017
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, GiveDirectly, which provides unconditional cash transfers to poor households in rural Kenya, will be

transfers, where GiveDirectly will vary the structure and schedule of transfer payments, as well as

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from GiveDirectly. The structure and timing of these transfers, as well as the information provided

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An Economic Analysis of Gender Inequalities in Western Kenya
Last registered on November 16, 2015
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Haushofer and Shapiro's (2013) evaluation of the GiveDirectly unconditional cash transfers program

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Universal Basic Income in Kenya
Last registered on September 18, 2020
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by GiveDirectly (the cash transfers are implemented over mobile money) but the study will be

uniformly across the relevant treatment villages. However, GiveDirectly will also implement two different

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receive each nudge. The control villages will not receive any nudges. GiveDirectly will enrol

GiveDirectly is began in November 2017 and is expected to be completed in April 2018.

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The Effect of Cash Transfers and Market Access on Households in Rural Liberia and Malawi
Last registered on December 23, 2020
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implemented by the NGO GiveDirectly, and (2) a market access intervention which reduces travel costs for

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There are two interventions. First, the NGO GiveDirectly is providing cash transfers to households

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. Finally, in Malawi, GiveDirectly randomized whether the male or female head of the household

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Unconditional cash transfers in Kiryandongo refugee settlement, Uganda
Last registered on April 20, 2021
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GiveDirectly projects. 1.3) Female empowerment: This individual-level composite index comprises the

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GiveDirectly aims to understand the role of unconditional cash transfers as one possible route to

, Uganda. GiveDirectly recently conducted a pilot in Kyaka II Settlement in Uganda. Cash transfers were

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GiveDirectly is an international nonprofit that implements unconditional cash transfer programs

directed at communities living in extreme poverty. GiveDirectly implements a range of transfer designs

households. To ensure the integrity of the process, GiveDirectly employs a set of independent checks to

selection process. GiveDirectly aims to understand the role of unconditional cash transfers as one

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(~10,000) registered refugee households living in Kiryandongo. UNHCR and GiveDirectly have identified

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Welfare Effects of Unconditional Cash Transfers
Last registered on July 06, 2016
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GiveDirectly, Inc in Western Kenya. Between June 2011 and January 2013, GiveDirectly distributed

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The UCT Program implemented by GiveDirectly Inc. (GD) targets impoverished households in Kenya. The

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relations with GiveDirectly in the hope of receiving future transfers (although these are never

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Cash Transfers and Psychological Interventions: Impact on Female Empowerment and Intimate Partner Violence
Last registered on March 29, 2019
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of the standard three-stage cash transfer program implemented by GiveDirectly.

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