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Rudd, Timothy; Rodriguez, Jonathan; Greenberg, David – MDRC, 2016
Family Rewards was an innovative approach to poverty reduction in the United States that was modelled on the conditional cash transfer (CCT) programs common in lower- and middle-income countries. The program offered cash assistance to poor families to reduce immediate hardship, provided they met certain criteria related to family health care,…
Descriptors: Rewards, Poverty, Employment, Family Programs
Greenberg, David; Dechausay, Nadine; Fraker, Carolyn – MDRC, 2011
In 2007, New York City's Center for Economic Opportunity launched Opportunity NYC-Family Rewards, an experimental, privately funded, conditional cash transfer (CCT) program to help families break the cycle of poverty. Family Rewards provided payments to low-income families in six of the city's poorest communities for achieving specific goals…
Descriptors: Poverty Programs, Urban Areas, Demonstration Programs, Rewards
Greenberg, David; Dechausay, Nadine; Fraker, Carolyn – MDRC, 2011
In 2007, New York City's Center for Economic Opportunity launched Opportunity NYC-Family Rewards, an experimental, privately funded, conditional cash transfer (CCT) program to help families break the cycle of poverty. Family Rewards provided payments to low-income families in six of the city's poorest communities for achieving specific goals…
Descriptors: Poverty Programs, Urban Areas, Demonstration Programs, Rewards