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Health insurance for the poor: myth or reality

3ie Brief No. 12, November 2009

A growing evidence base suggests that health insurance in poor areas can improve people’s access to health care. But the poorest in these areas do not seem to benefit much. Health insurance programs, generally, have not helped in reaching out to the poorest or improving their health care use. And whether insurance improves health outcomes among the poor remains to be established.

Using voice reminders to reinforce harvest training in Mali

Using voice reminders to reinforce harvest training in Mali

Impact evaluation 3ie 2019
This brief is based on the findings of an impact evaluation that examined the effects of voice reminders delivered through mobile phones.

Improving irrigation access in Madagascar

Improving irrigation access in Madagascar

Impact evaluation 3ie 2019
This brief is based on the findings of an impact evaluation that examined the effects of the Appui au Développement du Menabe et du Melaky programme in Madagascar, which combined land titling with improved irrigation infrastructure.

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Impacts of community delivery of antiretroviral drugs in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Impact evaluation 3ie 2018
This evaluation showed that delivery of drugs by community health workers to clinically stable patients is not inferior to standard care, where patients visit a clinic-based doctor to refill prescriptions. 

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Capacity building of smallholder dairy farmers in Kenya through extension services and market linkages

Impact evaluation 3ie 2019
This brief is based on the findings of an impact evaluation that examined the effects of the Smallholder Dairy Commercialization Programme in Kenya on farmers’ production, income and food security and on the empowerment of female dairy farmers.

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What works to increase HIV testing for female sex workers in Kenya, Uganda and Zambia

Impact evaluation 3ie 2018

This brief is based on the findings of three impact evaluations that examined the effectiveness of oral HIV self-tests.