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David K. Evans, "Information, Governance, and Rural Service Delivery"

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David K. Evans
POLICY SEMINAR
Information, Governance, and Rural Service Delivery
Co-Organized by IFPRI and the CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions, and Markets (PIM)

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David K. Evans, "Information, Governance, and Rural Service Delivery"

  1. 1. Cash Transfers Increase Trust in Local Government David K. Evans | @DaveEvansPhD | 21 October 2019 | CGDev.org David K. Evans, Brian Holtemeyer, Katrina Kosec
  2. 2. What the Government of Tanzania did David K. Evans | @DaveEvansPhD | 21 October 2019 | CGDev.org Provided cash transfers to low- income households in 40 communities across 3 districts conditioned on health and education investments decentralized to locally elected management committees
  3. 3. What we learned David K. Evans | @DaveEvansPhD | 21 October 2019 | CGDev.org • Particularly in villages with more community meetings Trust in elected leaders  • Again, especially in villages with more community meetings Confidence that local policymakers are honest and responsive  • But not in other sectors Record keeping  in sectors directly affected by transfer program
  4. 4. What happens in these meetings? David K. Evans | @DaveEvansPhD | 21 October 2019 | CGDev.org Discuss development projects Disseminate info from central government Local elections Report on collected financial resources
  5. 5. What this implies David K. Evans | @DaveEvansPhD | 21 October 2019 | CGDev.org • When decentralizing resources, build institutions to communicate about them locally and regularly. A community-based project improved trust with meetings in place • Provide incentives to hold meetings • Provide training and templates to make those meetings more effective Currently lots of variation in frequency of community meetings

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