When a beneficiary repeatedly fails to comply with conditionalities or co-responsibilities in a conditional cash transfer program, some countries impose a penalty on benefits, meaning that the beneficiary will lose all or part of the household benefits for some period until compliance resumes.
These mechanisms work based on service protocols with each of the service providers, which are formalized based on inter-agency agreements. Those protocols must define roles and responsibilities for each provider, as well as the rules for maintaining the confidentiality and privacy of information.
Someone who has been forced to flee their country because of persecution, war, or violence.
Individuals, families, or households who have provided their information during the intake and registration phase of the delivery chain. They may have provided their information at their own initiative (on demand; see applicants) or at the initiative of a public agency or program (as in the case of en masse registration/census sweeps). In the latter case, we do not call them applicants because they did not technically “apply” for benefits and services.
The process of recording and verifying the information collected from the intake process. It can also involve pulling additional information from other administrative systems. Intake and registration usually happen simultaneously.
Explicit caps (limits) on the number of households that can be registered in a specific district.
Planned number of households that would be registered in a specific district, but without operating as a fixed or rigid quota (cap or limit).
First developed in the 1970s, it is a DBMS that organizes stored data into structures called tables, or relations. The common difference between DBMS and RDBMS is that DBMS just provide an environment where people can conveniently store and retrieve information with the presence of redundant data. On the other hand, RDBMS uses normalization to eliminate the data redundancy. Examples include MS SQL Server, IBM DB2, ORACLE, My-SQL, and Microsoft Access.