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Nos professeurs affiliés et nos équipes travaillent avec les gouvernements, ONG, les organisations charitables et les donateurs pour généraliser les programmes efficaces et pour promouvoir l’utilisation des données scientifiques dans les décisions politiques. A ce jour, 202.72 millions de personnes ont été impactées par ces programmes dans le monde entier.

Fishing boat in Chile

Environnement & Énergie

Information and enforcement to reduce overfishing

Evidence from a randomized evaluation and cost-effectiveness analysis led the Chilean government to expand a consumer information campaign to protect at-risk marine species. Read More
Apartment buildings in a city

Marché du Travail, Santé, Éducation

Promoting housing choice to improve economic mobility

Evidence from a flagship randomized evaluation in the United States prompted legislative and administrative changes to expand housing choice for low-income families. Read More
Stack of resumes

Marché du Travail

Unintended effects of anonymous resumes

The French government abandoned a policy that would have required firms to make recruitment decisions based on anonymized resumes after research showed that a voluntary, pilot scheme actually harmed minority applicants’ employment chances. Read More


Limits of technological solutions to provider monitoring

Based on evidence that biometric monitoring technology did not increase doctors' attendance at primary health centers, the government of Karnataka decided to end the program, saving taxpayers millions of dollars. Read More
Improving learning through intensive individualized tutoring in the US


Individualized tutoring to improve learning

Saga Education’s intensive math tutoring program has been shown to improve academic outcomes and has now reached 2,500 students in the United States. Read More
Improving take-up of tax benefits in the United States

Économie Politique Gouvernance, Finance

Simplified reminders to increase take-up of tax credits

Following an evaluation in California testing variations of reminder letters to low-income households to increase take-up of tax credits, the US tax agency scaled up nationally the use of messaging on notification letters that simply and prominently displayed potential benefits. Read More
Building a government innovation lab to improve education in Peru


A government innovation lab to improve education

With support from J-PAL and IPA, the Ministry of Education in Peru created a dedicated unit to identify, test, and scale low-cost interventions to improve educational outcomes. Read More
Three people stand at corrugated tin stand advertising mobile services in a field in Kenya


Giving directly to support poor households

GiveDirectly has expanded its cash transfer program, which was found in a randomized evaluation to have improved economic and psychological well-being in Kenya, to reach over 60,000 households in rural Kenya, Rwanda, and Uganda since 2013. Read More
Three women engage in manual labor in India

Économie Politique Gouvernance

Fund flow reform for social program delivery

Central and State governments in India have adopted a financial reform to enhance public service delivery informed by evidence. Read More
Smiling woman in a sari with two cows and a goat


Targeting the ultra-poor to improve livelihoods

A multifaceted livelihood program has reached and improved the standard of living for more than 640,000 women in Bangladesh and India following randomized evaluations by J-PAL affiliates. Read More


Parental engagement to improve children's schooling

The French Ministry of Education has expanded a parental involvement program to all public schools in the country on a voluntary basis. Read More
Improving third-party pollution audits in Gujarat

Environnement & Énergie

Strengthening third-party audits to reduce pollution

Evidence from a randomized evaluation informed the scale-up of a pollution audit policy in Gujarat, India. Read More
TNP2K commercial about the social protection identification card.

Économie Politique Gouvernance

Targeted information to improve social assistance

Government scale-up improves access to targeted social programs for 65.67 million people. Read More
Installed directly at community water sources, chlorine dispensers provide a visual reminder to use chlorine and are calibrated to deliver a precise dose of chlorine solution to treat the most commonly used water transport containers.

Santé, Environnement & Énergie

Community chlorine dispensers for better health

Innovative safe drinking water technology has reached 4 million people in Kenya, Malawi, and Uganda. Read More
Indonesians participate in their community block grants meetings and decision-making process as part of Generasi, 2007

Économie Politique Gouvernance, Santé

Incentivized community grants for aid effectiveness

Enabling communities to allocate funds to social programs and services that best meet their needs could more effectively reach the neediest individuals and avoid wasteful spending. Read More
Woman receives a free insecticide-treated bednet at a health clinic in Kakagena County in Kenya


Distribution gratuite de moustiquaires imprégnées d'insecticide

Les travaux de recherche de Pascaline Dupas, affiliée J-PAL, et de Jessica Cohen ont montré que le fait de faire payer, même faiblement, un produit de santé, tel que des moustiquaires imprégnées d'insecticides, réduit notablement la demande. Read More
Kenya’s National School-Based Deworming Programme rolls out in Kwale province, Kenya.

Éducation, Santé

Déparasitage à l’école

Un partenariat entre le State School Health Coordination Committee de l’Etat indien du Bihar (SSHCC) et l’initiative Deworm the World (DtW) s'est traduit par l’un des plus grands programmes de déparasitage scolaire jamais mis en œuvre. Vous pouvez lire ici le communiqué de presse de DtW. Read More