in the program
Cash transfers issued after verifying vaccinations
Retention rate through immunization cycle
Conditional cash transfer programmes (CCTs) give money to low-income households in return for fulfilling specific behavioural conditions. These conditions include for example children's school attendance, up-to-date vaccinations or regular visits to a health care facility by pregnant women. CCTs have a direct effect on poverty by providing an immediate additional income for the poor. They can make their own choices as to how to spend or save this money. (Source)
New Incentives is a pioneer in a growing movement of giving small incentives to caregivers whose infants get immunized, while increasing awareness of the health benefits of childhood vaccinations.
Science, evidence, and data drive our program design and implementation
We seek to maximize impact and continuously evaluate methods to deliver the most good per dollar donated
We build tracking and verification into everything we do, and have a culture of critical thinking and self-assessment