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Analysing Cost-Effectiveness Of Raising Learning For Marginalised Girls Through Camfed'S Programme: Methodological A Methodological Note

Authors: Delprato, Marcos; Alcott, Benjamin; Rose, Pauline; Sabates, Ricardo;

Analysing Cost-Effectiveness Of Raising Learning For Marginalised Girls Through Camfed'S Programme: Methodological A Methodological Note

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This note provides an overview of the methodological approach being taken to analyse cost-effectiveness of Camfed’s programme in Tanzania and Zimbabwei . It highlights the association between Value for Money and cost-effectiveness, and pays particular attention to the importance of measuring cost-effectiveness from an equity perspective. It further identifies the implications of calculating cost-effectiveness with consideration of sustainability, scalability and replicability of Camfed’s programme.

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