Policy Highlights are short briefs that analyse key findings from 3-5 impact evaluations on policy relevant questions.
These briefs examine the role context can play in determining the impact of a development programme.
Do subsidies improve access to and use of malaria prevention treatments like Artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs) and insecticide-treated nets (ITNs)?
The demand for ACTs in Kenya is very low at market price. Demand increased with a very high subsidy, but nearly half of the subsidised pills went to patients without malaria. Reducing the level of subsidy greatly increases the share of ...
- Clean water for all: what works?
- Empowering women through Self-help groups
- Improving Management and Business Skills for Small-Medium Enterprises
- Evaluating the impact of vocational training for the youth
- Can we build peace through community-based reintegration?
- Can conditional cash transfers stem the spread of HIV in Africa?
- Do School Feeding Programs improve School Participation?
- Comparison of Model-based and Design-based Impact Evaluations
- Impact Evaluation of Trade Interventions: Challenges and Opportunities
- Enhancing the relevance and quality of randomised controlled trials (RCTs)
- Evaluating the impact of water, sanitation and hygiene interventions
- What’s New – Bias in IV Estimation
- Evaluating the impact of 'contract' teachers
- Evaluating the impact of child nutrition programmes
- Experimental approaches: What works?
- Evaluating the impact of farmer field schools
- Evaluating the impact of rural electrification
- Evaluating the impact of school feeding programmes
- Evaluating the impact of Conditional Cash Transfers (CCTs) on education