A new J-PAL briefcase summarizes results from a study in Zambia showing that women were more likely to use vouchers for contraceptives when they received the voucher privately rather than with their husband.
The Government of Jharkhand State in India demonstrated its commitment to informing policies with rigorous evidence through new state-wide initiatives that aim to bring to scale programs that have been evaluated by J-PAL affiliated professors and found to be effective.
Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) shared Money Magazine's post.
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Co-authored by our own Alison Fahey and colleagues at Innovations for Poverty Action, The Wharton School, and Harvard University 17 hours 15 min ago.