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At CEGA, we believe that evidence should inform decisions about how development funding is spent.

Through competitive grant-making, we fund actionable research that can be used by policymakers to improve lives. We believe that grant competitions generate the highest-quality research, attract new talent and mobilize networks, and foster stewardship, transparency, and fairness. Below you can browse all CEGA-funded research projects—spanning dozens of topic areas and over 61 countries.

Transparency

Cost-effectiveness of complex RFSA interventions

Elizabeth Brown | Malawi
Transparency

Evaluation of USAID Prize Competitions

Elizabeth Brown |
Work & Education

Texting to Train Microentrepreneurs: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Kenya

Muhammad Zia Mehmood | Kenya
Global NetworksWork & Education

School-based Empowerment Scheme in Nigeria: Impacts on Learning, Aspirations, and Labor Market Outcomes

Oluwabunmi Adejumo | Nigeria
Global NetworksWork & Education

The impact of post-secondary education in Ethiopia

Yeshwas Admasu | Ethiopia
Health & Psychology

Scaling ELA into ELAS: An Evaluation of Adolescent Empowerment in Schools in Uganda

Manisha Shah | Uganda
Health & Psychology

Improving Cognitive Outcomes through Chess

Uyanga Byambaa | Malawi
Health & Psychology

The Welfare Effects of Beneficiary Control over the Timing of Cash Transfers

Francis Annan | Malawi
Health & Psychology

Lowering Barriers to Saving

Jeremy Magruder | Kenya
Global NetworksHealth & Psychology

Effectiveness of Multi-Month Dispensing of Anti-Tuberculosis Drugs

Jonathan Izudi | Uganda
Global NetworksFinancial Inclusion

Developing Financial Literacy and Aspirations in Uganda and India

Ester Agasha | Uganda
Global NetworksFinancial Inclusion

Peer Effects, Warning Messages, and Problem Gambling in Kenya

Laura Barasa | Kenya
Gender and AgencyHealth & Psychology

Addressing Maternal Mental Health and Child Undernutrition in Nigeria through Psychological Support

Seollee Park | Nigeria
CEGA

Integrated Cooperative Management and Marketing

Jeremy Magruder | Rwanda
Global NetworksHealth & Psychology

Community Health Volunteers’ Role in the Control of Pediatric Infections

Apollo Maima | Kenya
Global NetworksEnergy & Environment

Flooding the Mind: Flood shocks, aspiration, and labor supply in Nigeria

Abdulrasheed Isah | Nigeria
Agriculture

Bundling Edutainment and Road Shows to Foster Productivity of Small-Scale Farmers in Zambia

Jonathan Robinson | Zambia
Agriculture

Scaling a Bundled Village Input Fair to Build Markets for Agricultural Inputs in Mali

Andrew Dillon | Mali
Agriculture

Complementarities Between Agro-Climate Advisory Services and Inputs

Mesay Gebresilasse | Ethiopia
Agriculture

The Agribroom App: Targeted Bundled Digital Agricultural Technology for Inclusive Agricultural Productivity

Fakayode Segun Bamidele | Nigeria
Work & Education

Beyond Contracts: Subcontractor Influence on Firms, Workers, and Growth

Simoni Jain | India
Global Networks

Effects of Pregnancy Risk Level on Birthing Complications in Kenya

Moussa Bagayoko | Kenya
Global Networks

Reducing Risk Factors for Type II Diabetes in Ghana

Faustina Twumwaa Gyimah | Ghana
Global Networks

Effect of Landlockedness on Economic Productivity

Habtamu EDJIGU | Ethiopia
Technology

When Sharing Isn't Believing

Jimmy Narang | India
Health & Psychology

Knowledge Hoarding and Diffusion of Profitable Technologies

Luisa Cefala | Burundi
Financial Inclusion

Impacts of a Credit Comparison Tool on Costs and Consumer Welfare

Sean Higgins | Mexico
Financial Inclusion

Profit vs. Privacy: Impacts of Using Provably Private Data for Credit Scoring

Nitin Kohli | Nigeria
Energy & Environment

Solar Lantern Program: Sensitization and Willingness to Pay by Rural Households in Ghana

Prof. Hamdiyah Alhassan | Ghana
Global NetworksWork & Education

Evaluating a mentorship program for the Ghana Statistical Service

Dr. Kwadwo Agyei Nyantakyi | Ghana

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