How to Maximize the Impact of Cash Transfers, During and After COVID-19

A cash withdrawal at an ATM in Macclesfield, England (Photo by Lynne Cameron for Press Association via AP Images).
A cash withdrawal at an ATM in Macclesfield, England (Photo by Lynne Cameron for Press Association via AP Images).

Editor’s Note: You can find all of our coverage of the coronavirus pandemic here. If you would like to help support our work, please consider taking advantage of our subscription offer here. With a third of the global population on lockdown amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, which has killed nearly 40,000 people as of March 31, governments are rightfully thinking about how to make it easier for their citizens to stay home and reduce activities that are likely to further spread the disease. The restrictions on movement, while important for public health reasons, mean that millions of workers are losing […]

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