Conditional Cash Transfer Program By Pantawid Pamilya

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Register to read the introduction… Sealza, 2013, in his paper entitled “ Conditional Cash Transfer: Issues on Structure, Process and Intended Beneficiaries” found out that Pantawid Pamilya touches income poverty by the money it provides, physical weakness by requiring health care, vulnerability by filling in some financial gaps and informational isolation by compulsory education. Pantawid Pamilya also has the structure at the national, and more particularly at the sub-national levels where positions have been specified, roles defined, norms outlined and values made explicit. These structural elements are based on certain assumptions of ethics and integrity which guide the process of program …show more content…
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