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http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/better-way-teach-children-read-evidence-randomized-control-trial Three separate evaluations of the Shishuvachan early literacy skills development curriculum prove effective in improving the reading abilities of pre-school students.\n ('74.487305', '18.354526') A Better Way to Teach Children to Read? Evidence from a Randomized Control Trial\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/access-financial-services-rural-tamil-nadu-india \n ('78.310547', '11.523088') Access to Financial Services in Rural Tamil Nadu, India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/achieving-academic-success-after-school-randomized-evaluation-higher-achievement-program Can out-of-school academic programs achieve improvements in academic performance and perception among underserved, middle-school children in Washington, D.C.?\n ('-77.007294', '38.912853') Achieving Academic Success After School: A Randomized Evaluation of the Higher Achievement Program\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/adoption-insecticide-treated-bednets-among-poor-households-orissa-india \n ('0.000000', '0.000000') Adoption of Insecticide Treated Bednets among Poor Households in Orissa, India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/agricultural-information-through-social-media-india \n ('0.000000', '0.000000') Agricultural Information through Social Media in India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/experiment-incentive-based-welfare-impact-progesa-health-mexico \n ('0.000000', '0.000000') An Experiment in Incentive-Based Welfare: The Impact of PROGESA on Health in Mexico\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/impact-evaluation-microcredit-rural-areas-morocco Rural microcredit allows households to expand their existing agricultural and livestock activities, but does not promote the creation of new enterprises in Morocco.\n ('-6.679688', '29.688053') An Impact Evaluation of Microcredit in Rural Areas of Morocco\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/assessing-impact-microcredit-ethiopia \n ('0.000000', '0.000000') Assessing the Impact of Microcredit in Ethiopia\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/avoiding-injuries-home-older-people-france \n ('2.548828', '47.989922') Avoiding Injuries at Home for Older People in France\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/awareness-campaign-parents-middle-school-students-france Will community meetings raise levels of parental involvement, and improve children\u2019s educational outcomes, in disadvantaged areas of France?\n ('1.142578', '43.707594') Awareness Campaign for Parents of Middle School Students in France\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/balancing-health-benefits-and-risks-act-subsidies-africa Taking some subsidy money away from anti-malarial drugs and putting it towards subsidizing and promoting rapid diagnostic testing could improve targeting.\n ('35.771484', '-0.175781') Balancing Health Benefits and Risks of ACT Subsidies for Africa\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/balsakhi-remedial-tutoring-vadodara-and-mumbai-india Remedial tutoring is inexpensive and successful in helping the lowest-achieving students of rural India catch up to their classmates.\n ('72.877808', '19.089633') Balsakhi Remedial Tutoring in Vadodara and Mumbai, India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/balwadi-deworming-india Deworming and iron supplements are an effective and inexpensive means of improving child health and school attendance in India.\n ('77.140503', '28.659422') Balwadi Deworming in India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/barriers-fertilizer-use-evidence-field-experiment-kenya Can time-limited coupons for fertilizers, redeemable immediately after the harvest, help farmers overcome savings constraints and increase fertilizer use? Can farmer cooperatives accelerate the diffusion of innovation and knowledge between farmers?\n ('35.501221', '0.115722') Barriers to Fertilizer Use: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Kenya\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/belief-formation-risks-arsenic-bangladesh Providing households with more nuanced risk information about arsenic levels in drinking water had no effect on whether they switched to use a safe well.\n ('90.021973', '24.106647') Belief Formation of Risks of Arsenic in Bangladesh\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/boarding-schools-secondary-students-disadvantaged-backgrounds-france-internats-dexcellenc Can boarding schools with concentrated educational resources improve learning outcomes for students from disadvantaged backgrounds in France?\n ('3.290405', '48.549342') Boarding Schools for Secondary Students from Disadvantaged Backgrounds in France (Internats d'Excellence)\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/bolstering-demand-improved-sanitation-bangladesh \n ('0.000000', '0.000000') Bolstering Demand for Improved Sanitation in Bangladesh\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/borrower-responses-fingerprinting-loan-enforcement-malawi Using fingerprinting biometrics for loan enforcement increases repayment by 40 percent amongst Malawian farmers with the highest default risk.\n ('34.321289', '-14.370834') Borrower Responses to Fingerprinting for Loan Enforcement in Malawi\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/bridge-classes-and-peer-networks-among-out-school-children-india When a friend or sibling of an out-of-school child attends informal schooling, that child is more likely to attend the class as well.\n ('76.966095', '28.477745') Bridge Classes and Peer Networks Among Out-of-School Children in India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/bridging-information-gap-between-slum-dwellers-and-government-officials-delhi-india Can closing the information gap between government officials and slum dwellers lead to higher accountability and improved service delivery in Delhi?\n ('73.674316', '26.990619') Bridging the Information Gap Between Slum Dwellers and Government Officials in Delhi, India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/building-brighter-future-randomized-experiment-slum-housing-mexico \n ('-77.019653', '-12.050065') Building a Brighter Future: A Randomized Experiment of Slum-Housing in Mexico\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/business-education-microcredit-clients-peru Business training through microfinance institutions in Peru significantly increases client business returns, but fails to improve dropout rates.\n ('-75.695801', '-14.030015') Business Education for Microcredit Clients in Peru\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/business-training-women-ahmedabad-india \n ('72.574310', '23.021604') Business Training for Women in Ahmedabad, India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/campaigns-influence-voting-behavior-uttar-pradesh-india Information campaigns which promote voting based on performance, rather than ethnic solidarity, reduces caste based voting in India. Providing objective report cards further allows better performing incumbents to enjoy electoral gains.\n ('81.035156', '26.509905') Campaigns to Influence Voting Behavior in Uttar Pradesh, India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/can-higher-prices-stimulate-product-use-evidence-randomized-experiment-zambia A higher willingness to pay for water chlorination products is associated with a higher propensity to use in Zambia.\n ('28.284302', '-15.415159') Can Higher Prices Stimulate Product Use? Evidence from a Randomized Experiment in Zambia\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/can-informational-campaigns-raise-awareness-and-local-participation-primary-education-ind Mobilizing community members to monitor local schools through government accountability programs did not encourage effective participation in school governance, but training local volunteers to teach reading directly had an impact on education outcomes.\n ('80.397949', '25.918526') Can Informational Campaigns Raise Awareness and Local Participation in Primary Education in India?\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/career-mentoring-secondary-students-france Will mentors help French students improve their career planning?\n ('5.789795', '47.791262') Career Mentoring for Secondary Students in France\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/cares-commitment-savings-smoking-cessation-philippines Commitment mechanisms tied to short-term financial penalties help people in the Philippines stop damaging habits such as smoking.\n ('122.211914', '11.881686') CARES Commitment Savings for Smoking Cessation in the Philippines\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/challenges-banking-poor-rural-kenya While simply expanding access to banking services will benefit a minority, broader success may be unobtainable unless the quality of services is simultaneously improved.\n ('0.000000', '0.000000') Challenges in Banking the Poor in Rural Kenya\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/circumcision-information-and-hiv-prevention \n ('34.090576', '-12.886780') Circumcision, Information, and HIV Prevention\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/cleaning-springs-kenya Protecting water sources from contamination reduces the amount of diarrhea-causing bacteria in drinking water in Kenya.\n ('38.836670', '-1.592812') Cleaning Springs in Kenya\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/combating-corruption-community-development-indonesia Top down auditing effectively reduces corruption in Indonesia, whereas increasing community-level monitoring only reduces corruption if pains are taken to prevent elite capture.\n ('119.707031', '-4.806365') Combating Corruption in Community Development in Indonesia\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/commitment-contracts-and-employee-behavior-mexico \n ('-99.096680', '19.378177') Commitment Contracts and Employee Behavior in Mexico\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/commitment-savings-products-philippines Commitment savings products can lead to increased savings and more decision- making power in the household for women in the Philippines, but after 32 months these effects dissipate.\n ('120.805664', '16.341226') Commitment Savings Products in the Philippines\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/communal-sanitation-solutions-urban-slums-orissa-india Can improved toilet facilities, combined with innovative accountability systems for maintenance, increase the use of community toilets in urban India?\n ('0.000000', '0.000000') Communal Sanitation Solutions for Urban Slums in Orissa, India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/community-based-rangeland-management-namibia \n ('15.769775', '-19.988492') Community Based Rangeland Management in Namibia\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/community-based-strategies-reduce-maternal-mortality-northern-nigeria \n ('8.085938', '9.015302') Community Based Strategies to Reduce Maternal Mortality in Northern Nigeria\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/community-participation-arsenic-mitigation-efforts-bangladesh \n ('0.000000', '0.000000') Community Participation in Arsenic Mitigation Efforts in Bangladesh\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/community-based-monitoring-primary-healthcare-providers-uganda \n ('31.662598', '-0.307616') Community-Based Monitoring of Primary Healthcare Providers in Uganda\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/community-driven-development-sierra-leone Community Driven Development in Sierra Leone is a practical approach to deliver small-scale local public goods in a way that is equitable, accountable, and low cost, but was not an effective agent of institutional or social change.\n ('-12.041016', '9.649492') Community-Driven Development in Sierra Leone\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/comparing-charitable-fundraising-schemes-germany Mail-based fundraisers for charitable causes can maximize donations by informing recipients about a significant contribution made by an anonymous lead donor\n ('11.507080', '48.126012') Comparing Charitable Fundraising Schemes in Germany\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/complement-or-substitute-effect-technology-student-achievement-india The effectiveness of computer-assisted learning programs varies dramatically with implementation and setting in India.\n ('73.125000', '20.550509') Complement or Substitute? The Effect of Technology on Student Achievement in India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/computer-assisted-learning-project-pratham-india Computer-assisted learning significantly improves math scores for rural students in India, but high costs shadow adoption feasibility.\n ('73.168945', '22.238260') Computer-Assisted Learning Project with Pratham in India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/conditional-cash-transfer-honduras A small conditional cash transfer for education in Honduras increased school enrollment and decreased child labor, especially for the poorest students.\n ('-87.361085', '14.814538') Conditional Cash Transfer in Honduras\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/conditional-cash-transfers-education-morocco How can education conditional cash transfers be best designed to reduce primary dropout rates in the poorest areas of Morocco?\n ('-5.756836', '33.100745') Conditional Cash Transfers for Education in Morocco\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/constraints-saving-health-expenditures-kenya In developing countries, household savings for health is very low. What keeps people from saving more? This study suggests that providing even very simple savings devices can help the average person to save more for health.\n ('34.125252', '0.456271') Constraints to Saving for Health Expenditures in Kenya\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/consumer-price-subsidies-and-nutrition-china When faced with lower prices as a result of price subsidies for staple foods, households in China opted to use their money to buy less of these now cheaper staples, and more of foods that, while tastier, were not as nutritious.\n ('111.796875', '27.452390') Consumer Price Subsidies and Nutrition in China\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/contraceptive-adoption-fertility-and-family-zambia Evidence suggests that male involvement in the decision to seek out family planning services leads to a reduction in contraceptive utilization in Zambia.\n ('26.608887', '-15.262989') Contraceptive Adoption, Fertility, and the Family in Zambia\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/contract-farming-technology-adoption-and-agricultural-productivity-evidence-small-scale-f Researchers study how cash advances and information delivered via text messages, can encourage farmers to adopt efficient agricultural practices and new crop varieties.\n ('38.426880', '0.474238') Contract Farming, Technology Adoption and Agricultural Productivity: Evidence from Small Scale Farmers in Western Kenya\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/contracting-health-cambodia \n ('105.501709', '12.110584') Contracting for Health in Cambodia\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/cooking-stoves-indoor-air-pollution-and-respiratory-health-india An improved cookstove in India did not reduce smoke exposure, improve the health or reduce the fuel usage of recipients because it was not used regularly and recipients did not make the necessary investments to maintain them properly.\n ('84.133301', '19.952696') Cooking Stoves, Indoor Air Pollution, and Respiratory Health in India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/counseling-and-job-placement-young-graduate-job-seekers-france-jeunes-dipl%C3%B4m%C3%A9s Researchers investigate whether reinforced counseling can reduce youth unemployment, and whether this policy reduces employment opportunities for those who do not receive counseling.\n ('5.625000', '43.867274') Counseling and Job Placement for Young Graduate Job Seekers in France (Jeunes Dipl\u00f4m\u00e9s)\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/counseling-unemployed-france-oppcve Counseling for the unemployed can, if properly implemented, greatly increase the rates of return into the workforce.\n ('2.373047', '47.100045') Counseling the Unemployed in France (OPP\/CVE)\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/counseling-welfare-recipients-hauts-de-seine-france Take-up of an intensive job-counseling service in France was low, suggesting that the benefits of making this service available are less than the costs of providing it.\n ('1.175537', '48.247845') Counseling Welfare Recipients in Hauts de Seine, France\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/credit-health-insurance-evidence-philippines Would health insurance reduce the incidence of default and drop out for microfinance institutions?\n ('121.069336', '17.016168') Credit with Health Insurance: Evidence from the Philippines\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/credit-change-and-lost-sales-field-experiment-among-firms-kenya Highlighting the importance of carrying correct change helped firms to change their behavior and increase profits.\n ('38.441162', '2.203680') Credit, Change, and Lost Sales: A Field Experiment Among Firms in Kenya\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/culture-and-incentives-what-drives-worker-productivity-ghana-india-and-philippines \n ('0.000000', '0.000000') Culture and Incentives: What Drives Worker Productivity in Ghana, India, and the Philippines?\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/cutting-through-clutter-making-insurance-choices-easier-united-states Direct information delivery can remove the cost of comparative research, helping consumers to make better decisions about government services.\n ('-71.345215', '42.293564') Cutting Through the Clutter: Making Insurance Choices Easier in the United States\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/debt-traps-micro-entrepreneurs-chennai-india \n ('77.827148', '9.990491') Debt Traps for Micro-Entrepreneurs in Chennai, India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/decentralization-cautionary-tale-public-finance-kenya \n ('35.112305', '2.624814') Decentralization: A Cautionary Tale - Public Finance in Kenya\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/demand-nontraditional-cookstoves-bangladesh Demand for nontraditional cookstoves in Bangladesh is very low. While women\u2014who bear disproportionate cooking costs\u2014have stronger preferences for improved stoves, they lack the authority to make purchase decisions.\n ('89.945068', '24.916331') Demand for Nontraditional Cookstoves in Bangladesh\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/demand-rainwater-harvesting-devices-uganda What is the demand for a new rainwater harvesting device in Uganda and what are the most effective strategies to promote adoption?\n ('32.695313', '1.406109') Demand for Rainwater Harvesting Devices in Uganda\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/deposit-collectors-philippines Door-to-door savings programs can effectively combat high sensitivities to distance among Filipino microfinance clients, substantially increasing savings.\n ('124.628906', '7.710992') Deposit Collectors in the Philippines\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/determinants-delinquency-philippines \n ('125.859375', '7.645665') Determinants of Delinquency in the Philippines\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/direct-democracy-and-local-public-goods-indonesia Deciding on local infrastructure projects using direct elections rather than village meetings does not change the goods provided, but creates an improved perception of fairness in Indonesia.\n ('121.113281', '-2.547988') Direct Democracy and Local Public Goods in Indonesia\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/discrimination-grading-india Randomly assigning child characteristics to exams leads to finding evidence of discrimination in grading against low caste children, mainly driven by \u2018grading order\u2019 and low-caste teachers.\n ('78.706055', '21.289374') Discrimination in Grading in India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/discrimination-hiring-and-anonymous-cvs-france-cv-anonymes Do anonymous resumes reduce discrimination against job candidates in France?\n ('2.849853', '48.794803') Discrimination in Hiring and Anonymous CVs in France (CV Anonymes)\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/discrimination-job-market-united-states Applicants with traditionally white sounding names elicit more callbacks from employers, revealing discrimination against African American names in Chicago and Boston.\n ('-85.166016', '41.836828') Discrimination in the Job Market in the United States\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/discrimination-judicial-system Evidence suggests that judges treat defendants of different races more or less harshly depending on their race.\n ('-88.308105', '39.993956') Discrimination in the Judicial System\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/displacing-substandard-and-counterfeit-antimalarial-drugs-uganda \n ('0.000000', '0.000000') Displacing Substandard and Counterfeit Antimalarial Drugs in Uganda\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/does-microfinance-promote-generosity \n ('79.112549', '10.790860') Does Microfinance Promote Generosity?\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/early-childhood-parenting-giving-information-mothers-and-fathers-through-home-visits-nica \n ('-86.132813', '13.264185') Early Childhood Parenting: Giving Information to Mothers and Fathers Through Home Visits in Nicaragua\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/educational-incentives-parents-and-children-india \n ('77.113037', '29.286399') Educational Incentives for Parents and Children in India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/effect-financial-literacy-personal-financial-decision-making-gujarat-india Can financial literacy training improve the uptake of formal financial services among slum dwellers in Gujarat, India?\n ('72.636108', '23.039298') Effect of Financial Literacy on Personal Financial Decision-Making in Gujarat, India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/effect-matching-ratios-charitable-giving-united-states Matching gifts are an effective fundraising tactic, increasing the likelihood of donation and the size of gifts, but larger match ratios do not return larger gifts.\n ('-120.800171', '37.498831') Effect of Matching Ratios on Charitable Giving in the United States\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/effect-media-voting-behavior-and-political-opinions-united-states Subscriptions to local liberal and conservative newspapers had little impact on voters' attitudes in Washington, D.C.\n ('-77.409668', '37.457418') Effect of Media on Voting Behavior and Political Opinions in the United States\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/effective-delivery-health-products-ghana \n ('-1.406250', '7.536764') Effective Delivery of Health Products in Ghana\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/effectively-targeting-anti-poverty-programs-indonesia Community-based targeting in Indonesia performs somewhat worse in identifying the poor than objective, asset-centered measures, but it results in a list that more closely matches local concepts of poverty and leads to much higher community satisfaction.\n ('107.094727', '-6.468151') Effectively Targeting Anti-Poverty Programs in Indonesia\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/efficiency-and-rent-seeking-local-government Disadvantaged groups benefit from having an elected leader from their own group represent them, receiving more local public goods in India.\n ('87.570648', '23.926013') Efficiency and Rent Seeking in Local Government\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/emergency-savings-accounts-remittance-receivers-mexico Inadequate incentives to open a saving account designed to help remittance receivers save for economic shocks resulted in low product take up in Mexico.\n ('-106.787109', '24.607069') Emergency Savings Accounts for Remittance Receivers in Mexico\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/empowering-female-leaders-and-voters-rajasthan-india Can a voter information campaign enhance electoral accountability and change stereotypes about male and female leaders when combined with gender quotas?\n ('72.905273', '27.117813') Empowering Female Leaders and Voters in Rajasthan, India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/empowering-girls-rural-bangladesh Investigating how providing support, financial training and incentives to delay marriage can empower adolescent girls in southern Bangladesh.\n ('89.890137', '24.026397') Empowering Girls in Rural Bangladesh\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/enabling-young-readers-primary-school-reading-program-philippines Can a 31-day reading \u201cmarathon\u201d have a positive and long-lasting impact on the reading ability and academic performance of primary school students?\n ('125.156250', '6.702798') Enabling Young Readers: A Primary School Reading Program in the Philippines\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/encouraging-adoption-health-technology-case-rapid-diagnostic-tests-zambia Can better epidemiological information help doctors in Zambia use rapid-diagnostic tests for malaria more effectively?\n ('27.795410', '-15.103946') Encouraging Adoption of Health Technology: The Case of Rapid Diagnostic Tests in Zambia\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/encouraging-teacher-attendance-through-monitoring-cameras-rural-udaipur-india Formal financial incentives directly linked to teacher attendance help reduce teacher absenteeism in rural India. Once at school, teachers teach more and test scores rise.\n ('73.608398', '24.527135') Encouraging Teacher Attendance through Monitoring with Cameras in Rural Udaipur, India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/estimating-impact-lenders-bottom-line-and-borrowers-household-welfare-expanding-supply-co Demand for cash loans is price sensitive, particularly for higher than average interest rates in South Africa.\n ('22.148438', '-29.886376') Estimating the Impact on the Lender's Bottom Line and Borrowers' Household Welfare of Expanding the Supply of Consumer Credit to the Working Poor in South Africa\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/evaluating-epicenter-scale-strategy-ghana \n ('0.000000', '0.000000') Evaluating an Epicenter Scale-Up Strategy in Ghana\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/evaluating-neighborhood-choices-united-states \n ('0.000000', '0.000000') Evaluating Neighborhood Choices in the United States\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/evaluating-effectiveness-online-sexual-education-modules-colombia \n ('0.000000', '0.000000') Evaluating the Effectiveness of Online Sexual Education Modules in Colombia\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/evaluating-efficacy-school-based-financial-education-programs-children-ghana Two financial education programs increased the percentage of primary school students who reported saving as well as expected spending on education.\n ('0.000000', '0.000000') Evaluating the Efficacy of School Based Financial Education Programs with Children in Ghana\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/evaluating-impact-anemia-making-double-fortified-salt-available-bihar-india How can double fortified salt, which combats iron deficiency anemia, be marketed in rural India?\n ('86.187744', '25.691038') Evaluating the Impact on Anemia of Making Double Fortified Salt Available in Bihar, India\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/evaluating-saving-change-program-mali Evaluating how Saving for Change groups increase women\u2019s access to credit and helps them invest in their agricultural activities.\n ('-6.240234', '13.218556') Evaluating the Saving for Change Program in Mali\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/evaluating-social-and-economic-impact-microcredit-individual-borrowers-and-their-communit \n ('-99.409790', '17.366367') Evaluating the Social and Economic Impact of Microcredit on Individual Borrowers and their Communities\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/evaluating-village-savings-and-loan-associations-ghana Researchers investigate whether Village Savings and Loan Associations (VSLAs) can help overcome the difficulties in offering credit to the rural poor.\n ('-0.395508', '9.407155') Evaluating Village Savings and Loan Associations in Ghana\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/evaluating-village-savings-and-loan-associations-uganda Can Village Savings and Loan Associations increase savings and access to credit for the rural poor? And what impact will this have on households?\n ('30.245361', '-0.417477') Evaluating Village Savings and Loan Associations in Uganda\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/evaluating-village-savings-and-loans-associations-malawi Can Village Savings and Loan Associations increase savings and access to credit for the rural poor? And what impact will this have on households?\n ('0.000000', '0.000000') Evaluating Village Savings and Loans Associations in Malawi\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/evidence-effects-and-rationales-subsidized-entrepreneurship-training-united-states \n ('0.000000', '0.000000') Evidence on Effects of and Rationales for Subsidized Entrepreneurship Training in the United States\n
http://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/examining-effects-crop-price-insurance-farmers-ghana Take up of an agricultural loan product was high among rural farmers in Ghana.\n ('0.175781', '8.320212') Examining the Effects of Crop Price Insurance for Farmers in Ghana\n
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