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Empowering Women Through Education and Influence: An Evaluation of the Indian Mahila Samakhya Program

@article{Kandpal2012EmpoweringWT,
  title={Empowering Women Through Education and Influence: An Evaluation of the Indian Mahila Samakhya Program},
  author={Eeshani Kandpal and K. Baylis and M. Arends-Kuenning},
  journal={Development Economics: Women},
  year={2012}
}
This paper shows that participation in a community-level female empowerment program in India significantly increases participants' physical mobility, political participation, and access to employment. The program provides support groups, literacy camps, adult education classes, and vocational training. We use truncation-corrected matching and instrumental variables on primary data to disentangle the program's mechanisms, separately considering its effect on women who work, and those who do not… Expand
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