Examining the evidence: The relationship between cash transfer interventions and family separatio...

This mapped annotated bibliography was created by Jenn Flemming, doctoral candidate at the University of Massachusetts College of Education, as a fellow for the Save the Children University Partnership in Education Research (SUPER) in 2017.

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1. Cash transfer interventions for child protection

1.1. Research and Case Studies

1.2. Program Reports and Evaluations

1.3. Tools and Toolkits

2. Family separation

2.1. Response Perspectives

2.1.1. Assessment and Measurement

2.1.2. Research and Case Studies

2.1.3. Program Reports and Evaluations

2.2. Cause and Prevention Perspectives

2.2.1. Assessment and Measurement

2.2.2. Research and Case Studies

2.2.3. Program Reports and Evaluations

2.3. General Tools and Toolkits

3. Field perspective and program data

3.1. Risks and Limitations

3.2. Potential Research Contexts

4. Cash transfers in humantiarian contexts

4.1. Children's outcomes

5. Cash transfers and family separation

5.1. Research and Case Studies

5.2. Evaluations

6. Bibliography