Landmark study shows how child grants empower women in Brazil and South Africa

Since the mid-1990s, new approaches to poverty reduction have been introduced in countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America. Some have involved income transfer programmes that target poorer citizens based on various means tests. Most have targeted female caregivers, primarily mothers.

The most expansive child and family grants are in Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Argentina and South Africa, which has put in place the biggest social provision net in Africa.


By Leila Patel, Natasha Borges Sugiyama and Wendy Hunter via The Conversation


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