2016 | Ghana
Implications for youth livelihoods programming: Evidence from YouthSave Ghana
This 3-page brief distills the findings of an analysis of treatment youth in the Ghana Experiment to understand, in the context of an opportunity to open/transact in a savings account, what factors facilitate better psychosocial, educational, and financial capability outcomes for treatment youth – factors including youth characteristics such as age, gender, and grade level, or environmental characteristics such as location, household living conditions, and household wealth.
Chowa, G., & Masa, R. (2016). Implications for youth livelihoods programming: Evidence from YouthSave Ghana (GSDI Research Brief). Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina, Global Social Development Innovations.