Source: Blog Desarrollo Efectivo
Conditional Cash Transfers (CCTs) were a major social policy innovation in the mid/late 1990s.
Apr 24, 2013.
Honduras has worked for several years with the IDB to implement these programs, which are known as conditional cash transfers (CCTs). And the programs have achieved results: a recent review of CCT interventions in Honduras showed an 8 percent increase in school nrollment and 3 percent decline in child labor among participating ouseholds when compared with groups that did not receive cash payments.
Apr 15, 2013.
Over the past two decades, several Latin American and Caribbean countries have transferred cash to poor families in exchange for meeting certain conditions, such as sending their children to school and visiting doctors regularly. These conditional cash transfers have improved the lives of millions of poor families.
Apr 15, 2013.
It all started in the north with German political activist Clara Zetkin, who proposed the establishment of what was originally known as International Working Women’s Day.
Mar 1, 2013.
This week, the Early Childhood Care Route was presented during a meeting chaired by the First Lady of the Republic, Marta Linares de Martinelli, and the IDB Representative in Panama, Tomás Bermúdez.
Feb 20, 2013.
Her analysis of the physical punishment of children and the controversies generated by this issue at both the political and social level has allowed Venezuelan Berna Iskandar to be selected as the winner from among more than 125 participants in the Inter-American Development Bank’s (IDB) 2013 Blogger Contest, which addresses the topic of child development.
Feb 19, 2013.