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The Impact of Rapid Re-housing on Homelessness

James Sullivan, David Phillips

Researchers are evaluating the impact of rapid re-housing on homelessness and health outcomes for single adult individuals.

A person holding a red and yellow cocoa pod in Ghana

Agricultura, Finanzas

The Impact of a Digital Credit for Small-Scale Farmers in Ghana

Christopher Udry , Monica Lambon-Quayefio, Utsav Manjeer

Researchers are evaluating the impact of an innovative mobile phone-based digital finance program on loan repayment rates, investment decisions, savings, and use of other financial services, as well as agricultural yields and profits.


The Impacts of Labeling Remittances on Migrants and Their Households in the Philippines

Dean Yang , Giuseppe De Arcangelis

Remittances are one of the largest sources of financial flows to low- and middle-income countries, and researchers and decision-makers are interested in ways to increase their development impact. One promising approach is enabling migrants to label the remittances that they send home for a specific purpose, such as education or business activities.

Mercado Laboral

The direct and indirect effects of a dual apprenticeship program in Côte d’Ivoire

Bruno Crépon , Patrick Premand

Researchers partnered with the World Bank and the government of Cote d’Ivoire to evaluate the impact of a subsidized dual apprenticeship program targeting both youth and firms. The apprenticeship program increased participation among youth in formal apprenticeships, and participating firms hired more formal apprentices after the program was implemented.

Crimen, violencia, y conflicto

The Role of Emotions on Individuals’ Decisions to Join Armed Groups in Eastern Congo

Raul Sanchez de la Sierra

By leveraging a unique, long-lasting relationship with an armed organization in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the researcher aims to better understand who joins armed organizations and why, as well as the effect of the participation motives on performance inside the group.


Improving the Targeting of Preventive Health Subsidies through Vouchers in Western Kenya

Pascaline Dupas, Michael Kremer , Vivian Hoffman, Alix Peterson Zwane

Increasing access to safe water is important for reducing child morbidity and mortality. Mass distribution of water treatment products can considerably increase access but it is expensive, especially if some of the recipients do not end up using the subsidized products. In Western Kenya, researchers compared three different approaches to subsidizing dilute chlorine solution to treat drinking...