Media Coverage
October 26, 2013
See the announcement here and study details here.
Media Coverage
October 25, 2013
See the announcement here and study details here.
Media Coverage
October 25, 2013
See the announcement here and study details here.
September 25, 2013
 
It is with great sadness that I write as IPA mourns those our community lost, along with the many others, in the Nairobi Westgate attack. We are all shocked by this tragic event.  
 
Media Coverage
August 29, 2013
The New York Times Fixes column discusses cash transfer research, including quotes from IPA's Director of Research Methods and Training, Niall Keleher, and IPA affiliate Chris Blattman who discusses his work with IPA in Uganda. The article also discusses our evaluation of GiveDirectly, and our new results from Morocco.
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Christopher Blattman, Esther Duflo, Pascaline Dupas
August 21, 2013
 
Media Coverage
August 19, 2013
Our affiliate Chris Blattman is quoted on cash transfers in a New York Times Magzine article and on NPR's This American Life discussing our evaluation of GiveDirectly (results should be released in the coming months).
Media Coverage
August 13, 2013
Our affiliate Chris Blattman is quoted on cash transfers in a New York Times Magazine article and on NPR's This American Life discussing our evaluation of GiveDirectly (results should be released in the coming months).
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June 20, 2013

NPR’s Planet Money team had a great story on Morning Edition about clean water in Kenya and interviewed one of our field staff, Evan Green-Lowe about our Dispensers for Safe Water project.

Media Coverage
June 20, 2013
  NPR's Planet Money interviews IPA's Evan Green-Lowe and reports on chlorine dispensers in Kenya and human behavior.
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June 12, 2013
 
The New York Times notes the resurgence of “ability grouping” in US elementary school classrooms:
 
Media Coverage
June 10, 2013
The Washington Post discusses the IPA-conducted study of bednet pricing in their article "Join Wall Street. Save the world."
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May 21, 2013

Women in the remote village of Markuny in Kenya are taking the lead and treating their families’ drinking water. This was not always the case; Markuny used to be one of the many places in the world where waterborne diseases are commonplace. Globally, diarrheal disease is the second leading cause of death in children under five.

Media Coverage
April 30, 2013
Over the past decade, governments and institutions the world over have spent roughly $9 billion annually to combat public health scourges such as HIV/AIDS, malaria, and waterborne illnesses. Yet more than 13 million people die each year, mostly in developing countries, from medical conditions for which effective prevention or treatment exists. Why?
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March 21, 2013
 
To celebrate World Water Day, IPA’s Dispensers for Safe Water initiative is busting some water-based myths…
 
Myth 1: The human body is 90% water.

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