Financial Incentives and HIV Prevention

Abstract

We evaluate a conditional cash transfer program in rural Malawi which offered financial incentives to men and women to maintain their HIV status for approximately one year. The amounts of the reward ranged from zero to approximately 4 months wage. We find no effect of the offered incentives on HIV status or on reported sexual behavior. However, shortly… (More)

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@inproceedings{Kohler2009FinancialIA, title={Financial Incentives and HIV Prevention}, author={Hans-Peter E Kohler and Rebecca L. Thornton}, year={2009} }