Covid-19 Pilots and Surveys

This page features non-RCT research that was funded or carried out by J-PAL in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Search our database of 15 Covid-19 projects conducted by our affiliates around the world.

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Supply and Demand for Maternal and Child Health Services during the Covid-19 Pandemic: Evidence from Odisha

Saravana Ravindran
Using phone surveys with frontline workers of the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) scheme, India’s flagship public early childhood development program, researchers studied how the Covid-19 pandemic and resulting lockdown measures affected demand and supply for maternal and child health...

The Effect of the Covid-19 Lockdown on the Academic Ecosystem: Survey of Households and Pre-Primary Facilities in Tamil Nadu

Researchers studied the effects of the Covid-19 lockdown on households with children between the ages of 2-7 years as well as the pre-primary facilities, known as anganwadi centers (AWCs), in which their children are enrolled in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Household phone surveys focused...

Learning from Home During the Pandemic: The Experiences of Parents and Teachers

As a response to the outbreak of COVID-19, Jakarta’s provincial government stopped all in-person classroom learning in schools. The quick transition from normal schooling to learning from home raises questions about the readiness of teachers, parents, and students in carrying out the teaching and...