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At CEGA, we believe that evidence should be used to make decisions about how development funding is spent.

Through competitive grant-making, we fund actionable research that can be used by policymakers to inspire equitable growth. We believe that grant competitions generate the highest-quality research; attract new talent and mobilize networks; and foster stewardship, transparency, and fairness. Browse all CEGA-funded research projects—spanning diverse topical areas and over 55 countries—by applying the filters or clicking on the tiles below.

Financial Inclusion

Trust and Mobile Savings

Eyoual Demeke | Ethiopia
Global NetworksFinancial InclusionHealth & Psychology

Do Financial Incentives change beliefs? A field experiment in Uganda

John Bosco Asiimwe | Uganda
Global NetworksAgriculture

Missing Markets in Burundi

Michel Ndayikeza | Burundi
Global NetworksAgriculture

Understanding Gender-Specific Constraints to Agricultural Technology: Evidence from Cassava Farming in Kenya

Muthoni Ng’ang’a | Kenya
Global NetworksWork & Education

A piece of paper? The benefits of a secondary school certificate in Tanzania

Christina Fille | Tanzania
Global NetworksHealth & Psychology

Supportive Supervision and Behavior Change Communication in Uganda

Ronald Mulebeke | Uganda
Global NetworksFinancial Inclusion

The Effect of Labeling and Modern Depositing Mechanisms on Savings Behavior: A Pilot Study from Ethiopia

Jonathan Robinson | Ethiopia
Global NetworksHealth & Psychology

Socioeconomic Support and Tuberculosis Preventive Therapy in Tanzania

Werner Maokola | Tanzania
Global NetworksHealth & Psychology

Impact of an instructional video for TB case detection in Tanzania

Grace Mhalu | Tanzania
Global NetworksWork & Education

The Returns to Scale: Stimulating Productivity in Firm Clusters in Uganda

Esau Tugume | Uganda
Global NetworksAgriculture

Using iBeacons to Track the Distribution of Patronage Goods

Muthoni Ng'ang'a | Kenya
Global NetworksFinancial InclusionTechnologyWork & Education

Can gender blinding policies promote female entrepreneurship? The role of discrimination and access to capital

Shibiru Melesse | Ethiopia
Global NetworksWork & Education

Teacher Rotation and Student Outcomes in Uganda

Saint Kizito Omala | Uganda
Global NetworksHealth & Psychology

Incentives to Increase Non-Communicable Disease Screening Rates

Fredrick Manang | Tanzania
Global NetworksAgriculture

Distributional effects of trade costs and land market frictions

Hailemariam Ayalew Tiruneh | Ethiopia
Global NetworksWork & Education

Women's Economic Empowerment in Ethiopia

Shibiru Melesse | Ethiopia
Global NetworksInstitutions & Governance

Conflicts and Economic Development

Anthony Mveyange | Tanzania
Global NetworksWork & Education

SME Productivity and Cluster Linkages

Arman Rezaee | Uganda
Global NetworksHealth & Psychology

ORS Use in Uganda

John Bosco Asiimwe | Uganda
Global NetworksFinancial InclusionInstitutions & Governance

Sports Betting Causes and Consequences

Sylvan Herskowitz | Uganda
Global NetworksAgriculture

Risk-Free Sample Purchase for Inorganic Fertilizer

Annet Adong | Uganda
Global NetworksFinancial Inclusion

Incentivizing Financial Literacy and Savings Habits in Ethiopia

Alebel Bayrau Weldesilassie | Ethiopia
Global NetworksData Science for DevelopmentFinancial Inclusion

Impact of SMS Reminders on Pension Savings

Amos Njuguna | Kenya
Global NetworksHealth & Psychology

Provider Performance Incentives for Anti-Retroviral Treatment

Jeanine Condo | Rwanda
Global NetworksEnergy & Environment

Distribution of Solar Lights to the Rural Poor

Joseph Arineitwe Ndemere | Uganda

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