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Angeles G, de Hoop J, Handa S, Kilburn K, Milazzo A & Peterman A on behalf of the Malawi Cash Transfer Evaluation Team (2019). "Government of Malawi's Unconditional Cash Transfer Improves Youth Mental Health." Social Science & Medicine (in press)
Dake F, Natali L, Angeles G, de Hoop J, Handa S and Peterman A on behalf of the Malawi Cash Transfer Evaluation Team and the Zambia Cash Transfer Evaluation Team. (2018). Cash Transfers, Early Marriage, and Fertility in Malawi and Zambia. Studies in Family Planning, 49(4): 295-317.
Kilburn K, Prencipe L, Hjelm L, Peterman A, Handa S and Palermo T. (2018). Examination of performance of the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale Short Form 10 among African youth in poor, rural households. BMC Psychiatry, 18(201)
Zietz S, de Hoop J and Handa S. (2018). The role of productive activities in the lives of adolescents: Photovoice evidence from Malawi. Children and Youth Services Review, 86: 246-255.
de Groot R, Yiryele Kuunyem M and Palermo T on behalf of the Ghana LEAP 1000 Evaluation Team. (2018). Child marriage and associated outcomes in Northern Ghana: a cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health, 18: 285.
Barrington C, Villa-Torres L, Abdoulayi S, Tsoka MG and Mvula PM. (2017). Using photo elicitation methods to understand resilience among ultra-poor youth and their caregivers in Malawi. Health Education & Behavior, 0: 1-11.
Heinrich C, Hoddinott J and Samson M. (2017). Reducing Adolescent Risky Behaviors in a High-Risk Context: The Effects of Unconditional Cash Transfers in South Africa. Economic Development and Cultural Change, 65(4).
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Handa S, Palermo T, Rosenberg M, Pettifor A, Tucker Halpern C, Thirumurthy H. (2016). How does a national poverty program influence sexual debut among Kenyan adolescents? Global Public Health (in press). doi: 10.1080/17441692.2015.1134617
Handa S, Halpern C, Pettifor A and Thirumurthy H. (2014). The Government of Kenya's Cash Transfer Program Reduces the Risk of Sexual Debut Among Young People Age 15-25, PLOS ONE 9(1): 1-9.
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Mind the gender gap: How can a gender-norm lens improve social protection outcomes for adolescents? Maja Gavrilovic and Tia Palermo (UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti), September 2018.
Cash support: A new tool to decrease Intimate Partner Violence? Ana Maria Buller and Meghna Ranganathan (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine) and Amber Peterman (UNICEF Office of Research—Innocenti), September 2018.
The Rwanda Vision 2020 Umurenge Programme (VUP) public works and women’s empowerment. Pamela Pozarny (GSDRC at the University of Birmingham/ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations), April 2016.
Marriage, Fertility, and HIV Prevention: Have Our High Hopes for Cash Transfer Programmes and Adolescent Girls been Dashed? Tia Palermo (UNICEF Office of Research-Innocenti), December 2015.
Giving girls a chance Michelle Mills (UNICEF Office of Research-Innocenti), August 2015.
Evidence from Africa shows cash transfers increase school enrolment Tia Palermo (UNICEF Office of Research-Innocenti), February 2015.
Tia Palermo (UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti) on 'Cash Plus' for adolescents in Tanzania: How it started, where it's going, and why research matters