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Assessing Administrative Capacity and Costs of Cash Transfer Schemes in Zambia ? Implications for Rollout

@inproceedings{Chiwele2010AssessingAC,
  title={Assessing Administrative Capacity and Costs of Cash Transfer Schemes in Zambia ? Implications for Rollout},
  author={Dennis Kaputo Chiwele},
  year={2010}
}
  • Dennis Kaputo Chiwele
  • Published 2010
  • Business, Economics
  • The Ministry of Community Development and Social Services (MCDSS) has taken the decision to rollout in 2009 a national social cash transfer scheme (SCTS) to cover the whole country by 2012. Thus far, social cash transfer schemes are being piloted in five districts in Southern and Eastern Provinces. The schemes are using structures created for the implementation of the Public Welfare Assistance System (PWAS) which rise from community level all the way to the national level. The adoption of pilot… CONTINUE READING

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