Program that engages women in community meetings to identify and address local maternal and infant health problems.
Randomized controlled trials show sizable reductions in neonatal mortality.
Program designed to promote men's engagement in maternal, newborn, and child health and prevent domestic violence.
Randomized controlled trial shows a major reduction in intimate partner violence.
Monthly immunization camps in poor villages, combined with small incentives for parents to have their children immunized – e.g., a $1 bag of lentils.
Randomized controlled trial shows a major increase in childhood immunizations.
Program in which Community Health Promoters conduct home visits and sell preventative health products to households with children under five.
Randomized controlled trial shows sizable reduction in child and infant mortality.
Program that provides four years of schooling (pre-primary through third grade) in lieu of government-provided or other existing schooling in the community.
Randomized controlled trial shows large increases in students’ math and reading achievement at the end of the four-year program.
Village-level lotteries to incentivize prevention of HIV and other sexually-transmitted infections (STIs).
Randomized controlled trial shows reductions in the rates of new HIV and other STI infections.
A program that pays school fees and provides other school supports to adolescent girls with a deceased parent.
Randomized controlled trial shows large increase in years of schooling and reductions in school dropout, marriage, and pregnancy rates over five years.
A low-cost performance pay program for primary school teachers in rural India.
Randomized controlled trial shows sizable increases in students’ math, language, science, and social studies achievement over a two to three year period.