Money: best when left to women

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Although conditional cash transfer programs have shown positive effects in many areas, including school enrollment and child health, households' compliance with program conditions is costly for both the households and the programs, which have to monitor their compliance.

A new World Bank study finds that the gender of recipients does make a difference.

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