IE70

How should Tanzania use its natural gas? Citizens’ views from a nationwide Deliberative Poll

3ie Impact evaluation report 70

Nancy Birdsall, James Fishkin, Faraz Haqqi, Abel Kinyondo, Mujobu Moyo, Jennifer Richmond and Justin Sandefur

In 2010, Tanzania discovered natural gas reserves off its southern coast worth roughly 15 times its annual gross domestic product. A central challenge for the government was to ensure that the resulting windfall of resource revenues strengthened rather than undermined their democratic systems. This impact evaluation assesses whether making information available to citizens through deliberative polling exercises about how to use gas revenues affects decision-making at the political level.

Impacts of community stakeholder engagement interventions in Ugandan oil extractives

Impacts of community stakeholder engagement interventions in Ugandan oil extractives

Impact evaluation 3ie 2019
In this impact evaluation report, authors evaluated the effectiveness of multistakeholder forums in improving accountability to communities affected by the extractives industry in western Uganda.

The impacts of formal registration of businesses in Malawi

Impacts of formal registration of businesses in Malawi

Impact evaluation 3ie 2019
Authors evaluated the impact of three interventions aimed at formalising small businesses in Malawi.

Unpacking the determinants of entrepreneurship development and economic empowerment for women in Kenya

Unpacking the determinants of entrepreneurship development and economic empowerment for women in Kenya

Impact evaluation 3ie 2019
Authors evaluated the impact of the International Labour Organization’s Gender and Entrepreneurship Together training programme (GET Ahead) in rural Kenya.

Impacts of key provisions in Ghana’s Petroleum Revenue Management Act

Impacts of key provisions in Ghana’s Petroleum Revenue Management Act

Impact evaluation 3ie 2019
The authors evaluated the impact of using public meetings and an ICT platform used by the Public Interest and Accountability Committee to promote transparency and accountability.

Using information to break the political resource curse in natural gas management in Mozambique

Using information to break the political resource curse in natural gas management in Mozambique

Impact evaluation 3ie 2019
This study evaluated the impact of providing information to local leaders and communities about the discovery of natural gas in Mozambique, and the implications for provincial government revenues and job creation.