Impact of remittances on rural poverty

We (Rohan and Mira) have attempted to determine the impact of remittance on rural poverty in Nepal using the microdata set of Household Risk and Vulnerability Survey. We found that 38 percent of people living in rural Nepal received remittances in 2018. Further, remittance-receiving households are 2.3 percent less likely to get caught in poverty as compared to remittance non-receiving households. The probability of households plunging into poverty decreases by about 1.1 percent with every 10 percent increase in remittance inflows to households.
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