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Provision and funding Welfare is provided by governments or their agencies, by private organizations, or a combination of both. Funding for welfare usually comes from general government revenue, but when dealing with charities or NGOs, donations may be used. Some countries run conditional cash transfer welfare programs where payment is conditional on behaviour of the recipients.<ref>Glewwe, Paul; Kassouf, Ana Lucia. "The Impact of the Bolsa Escola/Familia Conditional Cash Transfer Program on Enrollment, Drop Out Rates and Grade Promotion in Brazil." August 2010</ref><ref>"Can Conditional Cash Transfers Reduce Poverty and Crime? Evidence from Brazil". https://espe.conference-services.net/resources/321/2907/pdf/ESPE2012_0273_paper.pdf</ref><ref>Palma, Julieta; Urzúa, Raúl. "Anti-poverty Policies and Citizenry: the Chile Solidario Experience." UNESCO Management of Social Transformations Policy Papers/12. Department of Public Policy. Institute of Public Affairs. University of Chile.</ref><ref>"Evaluation of Familias en Acción." Institute for Fiscal Studies. http://www.ifs.org.uk/projects/86</ref>


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