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Using Administrative Data to Estimate the Impact of Program Modification Idea from the Philippines Conditional Cash

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Frame of Image  • Background Modification in program design Key questions How to answer key questions? Comparison groups Methodology Data Implications and caveats
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Background
• CCT started in 2008 in the Philippines
– poor HHs with children 0-14 years old and/or pregnant women, selected based on household assessment (PMT – Education and health grants – Education grants for children between 3-14 years old – 1st wave (RCT and RD) in 2011-2012 – 2nd wave (RD) in 2013
• Rigorous impact evaluations is designed
• CCT has expanded to cover 4 million poor households • Modification in program design in June 2014
– Education support is extended from 14 to 18 years old – Additional 2 million children will become eligible
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What triggered the policy dialogue for the program modification?
• Program review with the maturity of the program • Findings on school enrollment from RCT study
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What are the modifications?
Objective Original before modification Support elementary education 3-14 year-old children P300 (= USD7) From June 2014 After modification Support high school completion Extended to 18 years old P500 for HS students Until youngest child graduates HS or 6 turns 19 years old
Objective Education grants (age) Education grant (amount) Program duration
Up to 5 years
What are the key questions?
• What is the impact of the change of the program design?
– More specifically, “Will extending education grant from 14 years old to 18 years old lead to the increase in school enrollment among older children?”


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Title Using Administrative Data to Estimate the Impact of Program Modification Idea from the Philippines Conditional Cash
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Yuko Okamura

Author(Korean)

세계은행

Date 2014-05
Event

East Asia Regional Impact Evaluation Wokshop

Pages 28
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management