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Upcoming Events


4th Annual East Africa Evidence Summit

Jul 8, 2015 - Jul 10, 2015
The East Africa Evidence Summit will feature several events to showcase rigorous evidence from East Africa, kicking off with the 4th Annual EASST Impact Evaluation Summit, which will highlight research presentations by EASST members, a dissemination of policy lessons gleaned from the portfolio of the Agricultural Technology Adoption Initiative (ATAI), and a half day media training workshop intended for researchers to translate evidence for mainstream audiences.


Agriculture in Africa: Translating Evidence from RCTs into Policy to Benefit Smallholders

Jul 9, 2015
This half-day event will convene East African researchers, US researchers, and East African policy influencers to discuss the policy lessons emerging from this body of rigorous research, and how to translate them into action. It will feature research presentations from the Agricultural Technology Adoption Initiative (ATAI) and facilitate cross-learning opportunities for participants about challenges and best practices for research dissemination.


The Goldilocks Project: Helping NGOs Build Right-Fit Systems of Data Collection

Jul 21, 2015
Join us for the launch of The Goldilocks Project in Washington, DC, to learn about new methodological approaches for measuring the impact of non-profit organizations.


Institutionalizing Impact Evaluation at the IDB

Jul 27, 2015 - Jul 31, 2015
The Berkeley-IDB Impact Evaluation Collaborative (BIC) will wrap up the second year of the program by conducting a follow-up training July 27-31, 2015 on UC Berkeley's campus. 15 participants representing 6 of the evaluation teams that originally attended the 2-week BIC Workshop in July 2014 will return to Berkeley for further training and continued collaboration with their faculty mentors.


Hacking Measurement

Aug 26, 2015 - Dec 18, 2015
A semester-long seminar on new technologies for data collection and management in social science research.