This study builds off of the “Targeting the Ultra Poor in South Sudan” project to innovate to improve the data collection plan. The researchers used mobile devices for remote survey colllection in order to improve the quality and statistical power of the TUP program’s randomized evaluation, while providing valuable lessons on the potential for remote data collection as a low-cost, high-frequency research and monitoring tool. Through this additional grant, the researchers were able to fill in the gaps of the survey respondents and collect richer data to inform the question of the impact of TUP vs. cash transfers.
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