These briefs summarise the main findings, lessons and recommendations from 3ie funded impact evaluations published in our impact evaluation report series.
Published: July 19, 2017
Despite nearly universal uptake of HIV testing among women clients in antenatal care, testing among their male partners remains low. This brief summarises the findings of an impact evaluation by Gichangi and colleagues which assesses the effectiveness of providing HIV self-test kits to women to encourage testing among their male partners, as opposed to inviting men for a finger-prick HIV ...
- Encouraging HIV testing among truck drivers in Kenya
- Can mobile message reminders help in treating TB in Pakistan?
- Does skilling Moroccan youth help them become employed?
- Do incentives improve tax collectors’ performance and increase tax collection in Pakistan?
- Evaluating the impact of computer-assisted instruction and learning in China
- Exploring the impacts of providing economics incentives to increase voluntary medical male circumcision
- Can peers and other influencers increase voluntary medical male circumcision uptake?
- Do lottery-based incentives help increase voluntary medical male circumcision?
- What works in expanding the use of chlorine dispensers to purify water? Impact evidence from Kenya
- Does building more toilets stop the spread of disease? Impact evidence from India
- Can disgust and shame lead to cleaner water and more handwashing? Impact evidence from Bangladesh
- Ready for School
- How to turn the tide on corruption?
- Conditional cash transfer programmes: A magic bullet to improve people's health and education?
- Subsidising Education: Are school vouchers the solution?
- Education for all: How to pass the 2015 grade?
- Fair and Square: Better market share, more benefits through Fairtrade
- Climate change: Effective ways of cutting greenhouse gas emissions
- Health insurance for the poor: myth or reality