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Could cash and good parenting affect child cognitive development? a cross-sectional study in South Africa and Malawi
(BioMed Central, 2017-05)
Background Social protection interventions, including cash grants and care provision have been shown to effectively reduce some negative impacts of the HIV epidemic on adolescents and families. Less is known about the ...
Can cash break the cycle of educational risks for young children in high HIV–affected communities? A cross–sectional study in South Africa and Malawi
(Edinburgh University Global Health Society, 2017-06)
Background: Household cash grants are associated with beneficial outcomes; enhanced if provided in combination with care. Objectives: This study describes the impact of cash grants and parenting quality on 854 ...