These are final reports of 3ie supported impact evaluations.
The studies measure the net change in outcomes of a development programme.
The Productive Safety Net Programme in Ethiopia: impacts on children’s schooling, labour and nutritional status
3ie Impact Evaluation Report 55
This study by Berhane et al examines whether Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Programme (PNSP) has had additional impacts on children’s schooling, labour and nutrition. The PSNP contains a mix of public works employment and unconditional transfers.
Other impact evaluation reports
Sasha Frade, Willa Friedman, Dino Rech and Nicholas Wilson
3ie Impact Evaluation report 53, 2016
The use of peer referral incentives to increase demand for voluntary medical male circumcision in Zambia
Arianna Zanolini, Carolyn Bolton, Lane-Lee Lyabola, Gabriel Phiri, Alick Samona, Albert Kaonga and Harsha Thirumurthy
3ie Impact Evaluation Report 52, 2016
Hally Mahler and Eva Bazant
3ie Impact Evaluation Report 51, 2016
Jeff DeCelles, Zak Kaufman, Kenneth Bhauti, Rebecca Hershow, Helen Weiss, Cynthia Chaibva, Netsai Moyo, Elise Braunschweig, Fennie Mantula, Karin Hatzold and David Ross
3ie Impact Evaluation Report 50, 2016
Measuring the impact of SMS-based interventions on uptake of voluntary medical male circumcision in Zambia
Kevin Leiby, Alison Connor, Landry Tsague, Crispin Sapele, Albert Kaonga, Joshua Kakaire and Paul Wang
3ie Impact Evaluation Report 49, 2016
Assessing the impact of delivering messages through intimate partners to create demand for voluntary medical male circumcision in Uganda
Aggrey S Semeere, Denis S Bbaale, Barbara Castelnuovo, Agnes N Kiragga, Joanita Kigozi, Alex Muganzi, Andrew Kambugu and Alex G Coutinho
3ie Impact Evaluation Report 48, 2016
Optimising the use of economic interventions to increase demand for voluntary medical male circumcision in Kenya
Harsha Thirumurthy, Eunice Omanga, Samwel Ogik Rao, Kate Murray, Sam Masters and Kawango Agot
3ie Impact Evaluation Report 47, 2016