Program Keluarga Harapan Main Findings from the Impact Evaluation of Indonesia’s Pilot Household Conditional Cash Transfer Program

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Program Keluarga Harapan
Main Findings from the Impact Evaluation of Indonesia’s Pilot Household Conditional Cash Transfer Program

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This report was prepared by the Poverty Team, part of the Poverty Reduction and Economic Management (PREM) group in the World Bank Office Jakarta. Vivi Alatas, the Task Team Leader, led the analytical activities and oversaw the preparation of the report. She was supported by a team that included: Nur Cahyadi, Elisabeth Yunita Ekasari, Sarah Harmoun, Budi Hidayat, Edgar Janz, Jon Jellema, Hendratno Tuhiman, and Matthew Wai-Poi. The University of Gadjah Mada (UGM), Center for Public Policy Studies, implemented the baseline and final survey. The analysis for this evaluation was based on survey data that was collected and processed by some 860 enumerators and researchers. The survey work was led and overseen by Susan Wong. This report also draws from the findings of the resulting 2007 baseline survey report written by Robert Sparrow, Jossy Moeis, Arie Damayanti and Yulia Herawati. The Center for Health Research at the University of Indonesia, with the support of partner universities across the country, prepared a report in 2010 on the implementation of Program Keluarga Harapan (PKH), based on qualitative and quantitative spot-checks of the program. In addition, SMERU, an independent research organization in Indonesia, provided complementary qualitative studies in 2007 and 2009. These excellent reports have contributed to efforts to better understand how PKH works and contribute to reform efforts. Their work complements the findings from this impact evaluation, providing inputs for policy makers responsible for oversight and expansion of the…...

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