IPA in The Independent
Feb 14/13 | From the newsroom |
Writing in the UK’s The Independent newspaper, Memphis Barker discusses the rise of the evidence-based development movement. Referencing Bill Gates’ recent op-ed he says:
Gates writes in his op-ed of how, “if I could wave a wand, I'd love to have a way to measure how exposure to risks like disease and malnutrition impact children's potential”. A wand is hardly necessary. IPA highlights how de-worming children in schools in Kenya, killing the parasites that steal the nutrients from their stomachs, reduces absenteeism by 25 per cent and leads to higher earnings in later life.
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