Data collected for examining the effects of an asset transfer on adolescents and their families in settings where child labor is prevalent using experimental variation in a livelihood promotion project in the Philippines. Kabuhayan Para sa Magulang ng Batang Manggagawa (KASAMA) is an important piece of the Government of the Philippines effort to eliminate child labor, and for this study, the Philippine Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) partnered with the authors in an evaluation of KASAMA across 164 communities and 2,296 households where child labor is prevalent. Data include interviews with adolescents, their caregivers, and local government officials. Funding for this research was provided by the United States Department of Labor under Cooperative Agreement IL-27208. Completed 2018.
Data collected for examing the impact of a life skills intervention aimed at adolescent girls in a setting setting of gender disadvantage. The impact evaluation involves 2,459 girls from 119 different school catchments in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan, India. The interventions is built around a life skills curriculum focusing on skills girls need to unlock their potential, achieve their personal and community goals, and make informed choices about their lives. data include interviews with adolescents and their caregivers. Funding for this research was provided by the United States Department of Labor under Cooperative Agreement IL-26700. Completed 2019.
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