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Part 2: Applying a customized algorithm to match voters.
22 October 2020
In this paper, we set out to assess the suitability of using voter rolls for constructing household sampling frames in India.
20 October 2020
New data can help researchers better weigh the cost savings and exclusion risks when choosing between voter rolls and door-to-door methods.
Our RCT showed training only slightly increased migrants’ use of digital payments due to other barriers.
14 October 2020
The recommendations that we share here aim to better inform COVID-19 messaging and communication
IDinsight built a data-driven framework to guide our teams on whether, when, and how to return to their offices.
6 October 2020
Supporting solar energy companies to measure social impact in Zambia
29 September 2020
Part two in our series about baseline data shares when it is worth investing in baseline data, and when the costs don’t outweigh the benefits.
21 September 2020
This brief describes the challenges faced by female migrant workers using digital payment applications how training affected their usage.
20 September 2020
If you’re singing the blues, you need a bass line. But if you’re doing an impact evaluation, you might not need a baseline.
18 September 2020