Our partners come from government, nonprofits, academic institutions, foundations, and companies, ranging from multilateral institutions to small local associations. What our partners have in common is a commitment to reducing global poverty with evidence.
We believe the most effective solutions are locally-grounded, which is why we have built a strong locally-led presence in 22 countries and why we continue to invest in building relationships with partners based in the countries where we work. We deeply value the strong long-term partnerships we have formed, and we are also excited to develop new partnerships in the countries where we operate.
We have worked with hundreds of partners across the globe. Interested in partnering with us or learning more?
We support organizations to generate, interpret, and apply evidence to their programs to understand what's working, what's not, and how to make a bigger impact.
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We support policymakers to generate, interpret, and apply evidence to programs and policies to understand what's working, what's not, and how to make a bigger impact.
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What Our Partners Say
Chuck Slaughter, Founder of Living Goods
“IPA completed a large-scale randomized study for Living Goods showing the model is reducing child deaths by a staggering 27 percent. The result has been nothing short of transformational. The power and quality of research have persuaded policymakers, replication partners, and major funders to back a rapid scale-up of the approach. As a result, Living Goods’ reach has tripled to 5 million people served. Proof positive that IPA’s research can lead to disruptive change for those most in need.”
Daniel Gomez, National Planning Department, Colombia
“The RECOVR panel survey was one of the examples where I think that we need to build on IPA’s experience in terms of rapidly generating evidence. The RECOVR panel survey in Colombia was key for the design of the policy response to the pandemic and designing our recovery policy.”
Asif Saleh, Executive Director of BRAC
[Speaking about the NORM Model] “Large implementing organizations like BRAC partnered with an organization like IPA. We did the pilot, then we scaled it up. If we could do that for all the policy areas, we would have much broader impact.”