With many cash transfer programmes targeting women, there is a potential for measuring gender-specific outcomes, such as the dynamics around finances and household decision-making. Additionally, depending on a number of factors, cash transfers may alleviate intra-household stress and tension which may contribute to more equitable gender relations and reduce emotional and physical domestic violence.
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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
- Measuring taboo topics: List randomization for research on gender-based violence. Amber Peterman and Tia Palermo (UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti), January 2018
- When over 500 minds converge to prevent gender-based violence. Amber Peterman and Alina Potts (UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti), October 2017
- New Systematic Review on Cash Transfers and Contraceptive Use—Good Research and Bad Advice? Tia Palermo (UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti) and Amanda Glassman (Center for Global Development), February 2017
- Cash transfers: What’s gender got to do with it? Amber Peterman and Luisa Natali (UNICEF Office of Research-Innocenti), Jennifer Yablonski (UNICEF Headquarters), May 2016
- 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