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A $45 scholarship helps poor children in Cambodia stay in school — and works just as well as a $60 stipend. An impact evaluation found that 80% of scholarship recipients stayed in school, compared with 60% of non-recipients. The evidence helped the government decide to expand the program itself after the World Bank project ended. Schools are free, but the money pays for uniforms and books.Read More »

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