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Cash and behavioural interventions combinations in Kenya

To study how large unconditional cash transfers to a household (alongside a behavioural intervention) effect psychological, health, and economic outcomes and engagement in risky behaviours among adolescents within recipient households.


Duke University
Mind and Behaviour Research Group
Centre for Study of African Economies
Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford
Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at University of Oxford
Innovations for Poverty Action
Kenyan Ministry for Social Protection


Dr Kate Orkin (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
Yasmine Bekkouche (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
Professor Stefan Dercon (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
Professor Alain Stein (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
Professor Rob Garlick (Duke University, United States)
Giulio Schinaia (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
Winnie Mughogho (Busara Center for Behavioral Economics, Kenya)
Mungai Mwangi (Innovations for Poverty Action, Kenya)

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