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IPA Supports Ebola Response Effort in Sierra Leone and Liberia

Nov 24/14 | From the blog
by Laura Burke
Since first appearing in March 2014 in rural Guinea, the Ebola virus has infected 13,241 people in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea and killed some 5,000.1 To ensure the safety of our team on the ground, IPA has suspended all non-Ebola studies and operations in the region. We are now pursuing new studies that simultaneously address the Ebola crisis, capitalize on our strong local presence, and ensure the safety of our staff.

IPA-Liberia mourns enumerator

Nov 14/14 | From the blog
Watanic Jabateh, an enumerator for IPA in Liberia, died on October 9, 2014. She was 25.

Now Accepting Proposals: Competitive Research Fund on Entrepreneurship and Small and Medium Enterprise Growth

Nov 12/14 | From the blog

Now Accepting Proposals: Competitive Research Fund on Entrepreneurship and Small and Medium Enterprise Growth

Learning by asking: a modest proposal to engage those who did the doing

Nov 03/14 | From the blog
by Heather Lanthorn
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Heather Lanthorn, a doctoral candidate at the Harvard School of Public Health, who worked on the SMS reminders for malaria study. After the data collection was complete, she conducted a qualitative follow-up which she explains below.

IPA & J-PAL training for Peru Ministry of Production in impact evaluation

Sep 17/14 | From the blog
by IPA & J-PAL Policy Team in Peru
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