Improving Immunisation Coverage in Rural India: Clustered Randomised Controlled Evaluation of Immunisation Campaigns With and Without Incentives.

Banerjee et al. (2010)
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Mark Egan

Targeting child immunization in India with small incentives. 34 villages were randomly divided into 3 groups. A & B were treatment groups, C was the control. A- A monthly immunisation camp;B- A monthly immunisation camp with incentives (raw lentils & metal plates for completed immunisation)C- Control (no intervention)Incredibly, Group B outperformed A in achieving full immunization by a factor of two.