Swaziland: Using Public Transfers to Reduce Extreme Poverty Nov 05, 2012 By Jeanine Braithwaite Swaziland: Using Public Transfers to Reduce Extreme Poverty Swaziland: Using Public Transfers to Reduce Extreme Poverty World Bank Jeanine Braithwaite Jeanine Braithwaite is a professor of public policy at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. Prior to joining the Batten School, she was a senior economist at the World Bank, specializing in social protection policy and poverty analysis. She has also worked at the International Monetary Fund and U.S. Census Bureau, providing technical assistance to the U.S.S.R. and newly-independent former Soviet republics. Read full bio Related Content Jeanine Braithwaite Child and Orphan Poverty in Swaziland Research This report quantifies child and orphan poverty in the Kingdom of Swaziland during 2001 and 2010. Poverty is understood as consumption (monetary) poverty and not as multidimensional deprivation. Learning from Each Other: Social Protection and Labor and the Global South. Research Alum in Action: The Data Beneath the Data News Batten alum Cameron Haddad (MPP ’20) takes a closer look at everything from health care in South Africa to children’s welfare in Tajikistan, with a core maxim in mind: Remember the people on the other side of the numbers. Meet the 2021 Batten Finalists for the Presidential Management Fellows Program News One of the most prestigious programs for graduate students and alumni interested in public service, the fellowship affords recipients two years of experience and training at a federal agency.