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PEP Ugandan researchers's findings show that community involvement improves performance in rural primary schools

The findings and recommendations ensued from this PEP-supported impact evaluation project were presented to national and international policymakers, as well as public stakeholders, during a special conference held in Kampala.

The PEP 2010-2011 Annual Report is now available online

      PEP 2010-2011 Annual Report now online!                                            

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to the PEP-Laval Intensive Graduate School in Development Economics, to be held in Quebec City, Canada from June 3 to 23, 2012.

Educational reform in Argentina: PEP researchers find no impact on labor outcomes for low-income youth

The evidence suggests that the increase in the number of years of compulsory education was not enough to induce better employment perspectives for young people living in poverty

2005-2007 conditional cash transfers in Uruguay had no impact on education and labor outcomes

            PEP researchers make policy recommendations to improve future interventions

Assessing the impact of conditional cash transfer programs on household behaviors in Paraguay

            Find out how conditional cash transfers influence household behaviors in terms of education, health, consumption and savings...

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