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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.

Health & Psychology

Memory and Labor Supply

Luisa Cefala | Kenya
Health & Psychology

The Economics of Domestic Violence - Evidence from Bangladesh

Nina Buchmann | Bangladesh
Health & Psychology

Kinship Pressure and Employee Selection in Zambia

Nicholas Swanson | Zambia
Health & Psychology

Increasing Take-up of Covid-19 Housing Assistance Among the Most Vulnerable

Elizabeth Linos | United States of America
Health & Psychology

Does Factory Work Make You WEIRD? Experimental Evidence from a Garment Factory in Tanzania

Munir Squires | Tanzania
Health & Psychology

Poverty as a Threat to Adaptive Adequacy

Michael Schwalbe | United States of America
Health & Psychology

How is the COVID-19 Pandemic Impacting Parenting?

Mahesh Srinivasan | United States of America
Data Science for Development

Quantifying the benefits of better targeting employment programs for Syrian refugees

Simon Quinn | Jordan
Data Science for Development

Combining satellite imagery and machine learning to target social protection in Pakistan

Sean Fox | Pakistan
Data Science for Development

A new index of poverty to target government cash transfers in Ghana

Ethan Ligon | Ghana
Agriculture

Monsoon Forecasts, Insurance, and Agricultural Outcomes in India

Fiona Burlig | India
AgricultureHealth & Psychology

Impact of COVID-19 on Pastoralists in Northern Kenya

Elizabeth Lyons | Kenya
Agriculture

Price Fluctuations of Staple Crops in Zambia

Hope Michelson | Zambia
Agriculture

Building Footbridges to Improve Market Access in Rwanda

Kevin Donovan | Rwanda
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
Data Science for Development

Using AI and digital data to target cash transfers in Togo

Joshua Blumenstock | Togo
Global NetworksWork & Education

The Effect of Malaria on Test Scores in Rwanda

Aimable Nsabimana | Rwanda
Global NetworksHealth & Psychology

Measuring Changes in Infant Birthweight due to Performance-based and Unconditional Financial Incentives

Benjamin Chibuye | Zambia
Global NetworksInstitutions & Governance

"Peace Paradox" and pandemic: A natural experiment of COVID-19 effects on African Jihadist groups

Larissa Nawo |
Global NetworksInstitutions & GovernanceTechnology

Internet Crime in Ekiti State, Nigeria

Temitope Edward Akinyemi and Mike Omilusi | Nigeria
Global NetworksInstitutions & Governance

Government Expenditures and the Longevity of African Leaders

Michel Armel Ndayikeza |
Global NetworksInstitutions & Governance

Political Partisanship and Cooperation during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Benin

Rodrigue Kossi Sossou | Benin
Global NetworksInstitutions & Governance

Extreme Speech During Online Political Communication in Kenya

Jay Muia Mutinda | Kenya
Health & Psychology

Mask Up! Testing strategies to increase mask use in Uganda and Kenya

Aleksandra Jakubowski | Kenya
Health & PsychologyTechnologyWork & Education

Can Biometric Tracking of Attendance Reduce Health Worker Absenteeism?

Aleksandra Jakubowski | Uganda

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