Partenaires

L’action de J-PAL ne serait pas possible sans l’engagement actif de nombreux partenaires qui partagent notre conviction : seules des études scientifiques rigoureuses permettent de déterminer quelles mesures sont réellement efficaces pour lutter contre la pauvreté.

Nous travaillons en étroite collaboration avec Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA), une organisation non gouvernementale à but non lucratif. Parmi nos autres proches partenaires, il y a notamment :

  • Des centres de recherche qui conduisent certaines évaluations aléatoires de nos chercheurs affiliés, notamment le Center for Effective Global Action (Centre pour une action mondiale efficace, CEGA) de l’Université de Californie à Berkeley, le Center for Economic Research in Pakistan (Centre pour la recherche économique au Pakistan, CERP), le Crime Lab (Laboratoire de réduction de la criminalité) de l’Université de Chicago, Evidence for Policy Design (Preuves pour l’élaboration de politiques, EPoD) au sein de la Harvard Kennedy School, ou encore l’organisation non gouvernementale IFMR LEAD (Leveraging Evidence for Access and Development - Utiliser les preuves pour l’accès et le développement) basée à l’Institute for Financial Management and Research de Chennai (Institut pour la gestion et la recherche financières, IFMR)
  • Des organismes tels que des États, des ONG, des organisations multilatérales et des entreprises qui mettent en œuvre les programmes que nos chercheurs affiliés évaluent, s’appuient sur nos recommandations de politique publique et généralisent les programmes ayant démontré leur efficacité ; et
  • Des donateurs, parmi lesquels des fondations et des organisations bilatérales qui financent des évaluations, la généralisation de programmes efficaces et des travaux de recherche.

Azim Premji Foundation (APF)

APF works in the area of elementary education to pilot and develop 'proofs of concept' that have a potential for systemic change in India's 1.3 million government-run schools. They have partnered with J-PAL on several interventions to improve teacher attendance in India.

Baby's First Years

Baby’s First Years is a multi-year study of the causal impact of monthly, unconditional cash gifts to low-income mothers and their children in the first four years of the child’s life. The gifts are funded through charitable foundations. The study will identify whether reducing poverty can affect...

Badin Rural Development Society (BRDS)

The Badin Rural Development Society (BRDS) aims to facilitate, support, and strengthen Community Based Organizations (CBOs) through consultation, identification and diagnosis of ground realities and their collective dispensations, so that these groups may develop into viable and sustainable...

BALANCE Financial Fitness

BALANCE is a non-profit organization committed to developing balanced budgets with individuals and families to help them achieve their financial dreams.

Bamyan Media

Bamyan Media produces reality television programs that attempt to drive social change. By highlighting the drama of people living through real challenges and discovering real solutions to critical social issues, Bamyan Media disseminates inspirational and educational messages to a wide audience...

Bancamia

Bancamía was founded in 2008, and aims to increase access to finance for micro-enterprises, low and middle income segments, rural populations, and women.Bancamia partnered with J-PAL researchers to evaluate a program to increase the performance and work satisfaction among its loan officers.

Banco ADOPEM

Banco ADOPEM is a bank based in the Dominican Republic through which the country's conditional cash transfer beneficiaries receive their transfers.

Banco Agrícola

Banco Agrícola seeks to alleviate financial burdens for individuals and communities across Central America. They have collaborated with J-PAL to design a field experiment that offeres a way for Salvadoran migrants to directly channel remittances into savings accounts in El Salvador.

Banco BHD León

Banco BHD León is a bank based in the Dominican Republic through which the country's conditional cash transfer beneficiaries receive their transfers.

Banco CrediChile

Banco CrediChile is a division of Banco de Chile, a large Chilean commercial bank. J-PAL has collaborated with CrediChile on an evaluation of a program to encourage saving.

Banco de Ahorro y Crédito Unión (Banco Unión)

Banco de Ahorro y Crédito Unión (Banco Unión) is a for-profit savings and credit institution with a stated mission to provide financial products that help improve quality of life for the Dominican immigrant and his or her family. They have worked with researchers to implement an SMS message...

Banco de la Nación

Banco de la Nación is the state bank of Peru. Founded in 1966, the bank's headquarters are in Lima.

Banco Estado

Banco Estado is a State Bank of Chile created in 1953. It provides financial services to individuals and companies, and performs all financial activities of the Treasury of Chile.

Banco Oportunidade de Mozambique (BOM)

Banco Oportunidade de Mozambique has collaborated with J-PAL on an evaluation of a program to promote long-term fertilizer adoption in Mozambique.

Bandhan Konnagar

Bandhan was established in 1956 to address the dual objective of poverty alleviation and women empowerment. It has worked with J-PAL to help the poorest clients effectively use credit.

Bangladesh Development Society (BDS)

BDS mission is to develop the socioeconomic condition of the group members as well as their family members and has worked with J-PAL to empower girls in rural Bangladesh.

Bangladesh National Board of Revenue (NBR)

The National Board of Revenue (NBR) is the central authority for tax administration in Bangladesh. The main responsibility of NBR is to collect domestic revenue (primarily import duties and taxes, VAT and income tax ) for the government.

Banja la Mtsogolo

Banja La Mtsogolo (BLM) is a Malawian NGO working to achieve better sexual and reproductive health and rights and address HIV/AIDS – especially amongst people who are poor, vulnerable and hard to reach. BLM partnered with J-PAL to determine if a change in price for circumcision as a method of...

Bank Netherlands Partnership Program (BNPP)

The Bank-Netherlands Partnership Program (BNPP) was established in 1998 between the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the World Bank to better coordinate and prioritize trust fund investments made by The Netherlands. They have partnered with J-PAL on an evaluation of a conditional cash...