Conclusions Politiques

Conclusions Politiques

Nous analysons et diffusons les résultats des évaluations. Nous  travaillons avec les décideurs afin que les politiques publiques soient fondées sur des recherches rigoureuses et que les programmes efficaces soient généralisés.

Two men from a distance in a green field


Protecting Farmers from Weather-Based Risk

Weather index insurance protects farmers against losses from extreme weather and facilitates investment in their farms, but randomized evaluations have shown low demand for these products at market prices. Read More

Éducation, Santé, Marché du Travail

Early Childhood Stimulation

Early childhood stimulation programs implemented at home can contribute to children’s cognitive and socio-emotional development, ultimately enabling them to improve on a number of future life outcomes. Read More

Beneficiaries of the program in Ghana with their asset of choice, goats


Building Stable Livelihoods for the Ultra-Poor

A multifaceted livelihood program that provided ultra-poor households with a productive asset, training, regular coaching, access to savings, and consumption support led to large and lasting impacts on their standard of living. Read More



Seven randomized evaluations from around the world show that microcredit does not have a transformative impact on poverty, but it can give low-income households more freedom in optimizing the ways they make money, consume, and invest. Read More

Économie Politique Gouvernance

Community Participation

While increased community participation has been advocated as a way to improve the quality of public projects and services, evidence from randomized evaluations provides very mixed results about its effectiveness. Read More

Health care provider distributing free insecticide-treated bednet to mother who just delivered baby at clinic, Kenya.


Pricing Preventive Health Products

Faire payer les utilisateurs, même une somme très modique, a pour effet de limiter l’accès à la médecine préventive. Read More

In 2010, over 90 percent of primary school age children around the world were enrolled in primary and secondary education (World Bank, The State of Education). But being in school does not guarantee that students are learning.


Increasing Test Score Performance

The impacts of numerous strategies to improve student learning vary considerably. They also incur drastically different costs, and some programs therefore achieve learning gains with much greater cost-effectiveness than others. Read More