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World’s largest basic income pilot set up in Kenya

by Futures Centre, Feb 11
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The world’s largest basic income pilot is being run in Kenya by the charity Give Directly. The study involves over 6000 people, and will run over 12 years with the intention of testing the long-term efficacy of unconditional basic income schemes in a developing country context.

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