Health, Nutrition & Well-Being


Health & NutritionEvidence suggests that recipients of cash transfers increase their food-related expenditures, improve their dietary diversity, thereby increasing their food and nutrition security. Recipients may also and increase their health service utilization and be discouraged from risky behaviors such as alcohol consumption, smoking, unprotected sexual activity and unsafe partner selection, potentially contributing to reduced HIV incidence.

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