You can make each development dollar go farther.
CEGA brings a scientific lens to poverty alleviation by designing and rigorously testing the impacts of social and economic development projects in low-income countries. We figure out what works so that donors, NGOs, and governements know which programs to invest in and why. For example, our researchers determined that deworming programs reduced school absenteeism more than other stay-in-school programs in Kenya, and children who are regularly dewormed earn over 20 percent more as adults. As a result of this analysis, other developing countries like India are instituting deworming programs. We hope that you will join our efforts to turn evidence into action by supporting the Center.
Or, you can make a check payable to "The Regents of the University of California", along with a note specifying that this is for general support of CEGA, and mail to:
Center for Effective Global Action
c/o Lisa Chen, Head of Strategy and Operations
University of California, Berkeley
207 Giannini Hall, #3310
Berkeley, CA 94720-3310
Thank you for your support towards innovative research, training for developing country researchers and graduate students, and impact through empowering local voices and targeted outreach efforts.