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Brief 60: Reducing Youth Support for Violence through Training and Cash Transfers in Afghanistan

The authors partnered with local village councils (shuras) in Kandahar, Afghanistan to identify 2,597 eligible youth to participate in the study, which was carried out in 2015-2016. Employing a “waitlist” approach to randomization that allows all participants in the sample to partake in the TVET programs, the authors randomly divided the sample into two cohorts. Cohort 1 began the TVET program treatment immediately, receiving a series of three- and six-month vocational training courses.

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Morgan Holmes
Email: mholmes@3ieimpact.org  Institution / Affiliation : 3ie, The World Bank  EGAP member: Yes 
Mashail Malik
Email: malikm@stanford.edu  Institution / Affiliation : Stanford University  EGAP member: No 
Amaney Jamal
Email: ajamal@princeton.edu  Institution / Affiliation : Princeton University  EGAP member: Yes 
Mara Revkin
Email: mara.revkin@yale.edu  Institution / Affiliation : Yale University  EGAP member: No 

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