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Margaret Triyana

Indonesia’s cash transfer programs are valuable, Stanford health fellow finds

News / June 2, 2014
Nearly forty-four percent of Indonesia’s population is living on less than $2 a day, making it near impossible for some to seek proper health treatment. Postdoctoral Fellow in Asia Health Policy Margaret Triyana says one way to improve this situation is through conditional cash transfer (CCT) programs.
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