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PROGRESA And Its Impacts On The Welfare Of Rural Households In Mexico (Research Report (International Food Policy Research Institute))

by Emmanuel Skoufias

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Published by International Food Policy Research Insitute .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poverty,
  • Sociology - General,
  • Social Science,
  • Government policy,
  • Mexico,
  • Rural poor,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11311657M
    ISBN 100896291421
    ISBN 109780896291423

    7 Emmanuel Skoufias, “Progresa and Its Impacts on the Welfare of Rural Households in Mexico,” International Food Policy Research Institute Research Report Washington, DC: IFPRI, , 8 Fiszbein and Schady, Conditional Cash Transfers, File Size: KB.   ‍The challenges of rural poverty in Mexico. Conditional cash transfer (CCT) programs are becoming more and more popular throughout the world as new poverty-reduction policies, and Latin America counts the most ’s CCT programs – Progresa & Oportunidades – have been quite studied, so let’s have a look at their outcomes.

    Program Conditionality and Food Security: The Impact of PROGRESA and PROCAMPO Transfers in Rural Mexico Article (PDF Available) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Secretaria De Desarrollo Social (). Medición de la Pobreza. Variantes metodológicas y estimación preliminar. Documentos de investigación. Mexico City: Comité Técnico para la Medición de la Pobreza. Skoufias, E. (). Progresa and its Impacts on the Welfare of Rural Households in Mexico. Research Report.

    Oportunidades (English: Opportunities; now rebranded as Prospera) is a government social assistance program in Mexico founded in , based on a previous program called Progresa, created in It is designed to target poverty by providing cash payments to families in exchange for regular school attendance, health clinic visits, and nutrition support. Coverage expanded from some rural families in to approximately million rural families in By , the programme covered approximately five million low-income families (more than one in five of all families in Mexico) in both rural and urban settings (SEDESOL ).Cited by:


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PROGRESA And Its Impacts On The Welfare Of Rural Households In Mexico (Research Report (International Food Policy Research Institute)) by Emmanuel Skoufias Download PDF EPUB FB2

PROGRESA is one of the Mexican government's major programs aimed at developing the human capital of poor households. In early PROGRESA and Its Impacts on the Welfare of Rural Households in Mexico: (Research Report - International Food Policy Research Institute - IFPRI) Cited by: PROGRESA is one of the major programs of the Mexican government aimed at developing the human capital of poor households.

Targeting its benefits directly to the population in extreme poverty in rural areas, PROGRESA aims to alleviate current and future poverty levels through cash transfers to mothers in households. PROGRESA is one of the major programs of the Mexican government aimed at developing the human capital of poor households.

Targeting its benefits directly to the population in extreme poverty in Author: Emmanuel Skoufias. In earlythe International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) was asked to assist the PROGRESA administration to “determine if PROGRESA is functioning in practice as it is intended to by PROGRESA and its impacts on the human capital and welfare of households in rural Mexico | IFPRI: International Food Policy Research Institute.

PROGRESA and its impacts on the human capital and welfare of households in rural Mexico. skoufias_finalsyn 1: Save page Previous: 1 of Next: View Description. Page Flip View: Download: small (x max) medium (x max) Large. Extra Large. PROGRESA and its impacts on the welfare of rural households in Mexico: By Emmanuel evidence that a poverty alleviation program shows strong signs of having a significant impact on the welfare and human capital investment of poor rural families in Mexico has contributed to the decision of the Fox administration to continue with the program.

PROGRESA and Its Impacts on the Welfare of Rural Households in Mexico Emmanuel Skoufias PROGRESA is one of the Mexican government's major programs aimed at developing the human capital of poor households. PROGRESA and its Impacts on the Human Capital and Welfare of Households in Rural Mexico: A Synthesis of the Results of an Evaluation by IFPRI Emmanuel Skoufias Economics.

Mexico’s Oportunidades Program. The conditional cash transfer program Oportunidades—established by the Mexican government in as PROGRESA—is the largest of its kind, 25 and aims to reduce poverty and develop human capital in poor households via improvements in child nutrition, health and education.

23,24 The program provides money to female household heads or wives of household Cited by: PROGRESA and its impacts on the welfare of rural households in Mexico.

evidence that a poverty alleviation program shows strong signs of having a significant impact on the welfare and human capital investment of poor rural families in Mexico has contributed to the decision of the Fox administration to continue with the program and to.

PROGRESA and its impacts on the welfare of rural households in Mexico --Executive summary --Background and program description --Description of the educational benefits and program requirements --Description of the health and nutrition component --Primary health care services --Nutrition and health education --Supply of health services --Nutritional supplement --PROGRESA and benefits from other programs --Size of monetary transfers received by PROGRESA.

PROGRESA and its impacts on the welfare of rural households in Mexico. Research Report Research Report Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research by:   PROGRESA and its impacts on the welfare of rural households in Mexico. IFPRI research report no.

International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington DC [Google Scholar]) provides a detailed discussion of PROGRESA, the evaluation design and a summary of the impacts of the programme estimated by a large team of by: CONTENTS PROGRESA and its Impacts on the Welfare of Rural Households in Mexico i Executive Summary i Chapter Background and Program Description 1 Description of the Educational Benefits and Program Requirements 3 Description of the Health and Nutrition Component 5 Primary Health Care Services 6 Nutrition and Health Education 7 Supply of Health Services 8 Nutritional Supplement 8 PROGRESA.

The overwhelming (and unprecedented) evidence that a poverty alleviation program shows strong signs of having a significant impact on the welfare and human capital investment of poor rural families in Mexico has contributed to the decision of the Fox administration to continue with the program and to expand its coverage in the poor urban areas.

Inthe Mexican government implemented a national CCT program, called PROGRESA. ByPROGRESA covered approximately million families, which was about one-third of rural families, or ten percent of all families in Mexico. The program operates in alm rural villages in.

PROGRESA and its impacts on the welfare of rural households in Mexico; PROGRESA and its impacts on the welfare of rural households in Mexico. Access original publishing page. Resource information. Date of publication: January ISBN / Resource ID: Pages: 2 pages.

covered approximately million families, which is about one-third of rural families, or ten percent of all families in Mexico. The program operates in alm rural villages in 31 states. PROGRESA’s budget is about US$ million or % of GDP.

The PROGRESA model is extremely popular and is in the process of being adopted byCited by: Founded inPROGRESA grew to cover around million families by the end ofthe equivalent of 40 percent of all rural families, and one in nine families nationally.

Operating in 31 of the 32 states, in 50, localities and 2, municipalities, its budget of US$ million equaled percent of Mexico's gross domestic product. According to Levy (), Oportunidades transfers represent, on average, 25 percent of household income for Mexico’s rural poor and between 15 and 20 percent for the urban poor1.

The program has expanded rapidly since its inception: starting from thousand households in Augustit reached 5 million households at the beginning of. PROGRESA and its impacts on the human capital and welfare of households in rural Mexico: A synthesis of the results of an evaluation by IFPRI.

Washington DC: International Food Policy Research Institute. Google ScholarCited by: BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{Skoufias01progresaand, author = {Emmanuel Skoufias}, title = {Progresa and Its Impacts on the Human Capital and Welfare of Households in Rural Mexico: A Synthesis of the Results of an Evaluation by IFPRI}, booktitle = { INTERNATIONAL FOOD POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE DISCUSSION PAPER}, year = {}, publisher = {}}.Mexico's PROGRESA: innovative targeting, gender focus and impact on social welfare (Inglês) Resumo PROGRESA (Programa de Educacion, Salud y Alimentacion) is an innovative Mexican program that provides cash transfers to poor rural households, on condition that their children attend school and their family visits local health centers by: 3.