IPA & Graduation Model Featured on PBS NewsHour

IPA & Graduation Model Featured on PBS NewsHour

IPA’s rigorous, research-driven approach to discovering what works, and what doesn’t, in reducing poverty was covered by PBS NewsHour last month. The story features IPA Founder Dean Karlan and affiliate Rachel Glennerster of the U.K.’s Department for International Development talking about the Graduation Model and how evidence can inform the policy debate about foreign aid. Watch the program here.

Learn more about the evidence on the Graduation Model and the impact of the research.

Read more about the Ethiopia evaluation featured in the story.


You can read more about IPA here and support them here.

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IPA is a recommended charity of The Life You Can Save. IPA's mission is to discover and promote effective and sustainable solutions to global poverty. IPA uses rigorous, evidence-backed techniques to develop, test, and appropriately scale solutions to some of the most challenging problems faced by the world's extreme poor.

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