GiveDirectly - evidence of sector impact 2016 - public
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GD took initiative / first action [causal connection clearest]GD took action after someone else reached out [strong case for causal connection]GD chose NOT to take action after someone else reached outEvents refer to GD, but GD did not take any explicit action to make them occur [weak case for causal connection]Events do not refer to GD, but refer to broader cash/benchmarking/evaluation ideas [No direct causal chain to GD that we know of]
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Influencing large funders' decisions[Redacted] conversationsRwanda benchmarking project[Redacted] grant decisions: comparing against cash (anecdote)
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[Redacted] conversationsOther cash transfer projects via new funding mechanism in [redacted], resulting from the Rwanda project[Redacted] grant decisions: comparing against cash (anecdote)
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Soon-to-begin conversations with some countries' international aid programs[Redacted] is recommending cash transfers for policy decisions and benchmarking
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UK conservative party encouraging direct transfers
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Prime Minister of India encouraging more cash transfers
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Increasing number of cash transfer programs or benchmarking studies[Redacted] evaluation (in discussions)[Redacted] cash arm in study in UgandaGiveDirectly could provide examples of studies that compare against the "GD model"More cash transfer studies registered (CaLP)
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[Redacted] benchmarking intiative[Redacted] - nutrition benchmarking (GD is advising)[Redacted] in Ghana
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[Redacted] and World Bank discussions about benchmarking (asked GD for advice)
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(In discussions) [Redacted] proposing a "Grand Challenge" program
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Improving monitoring and evaluation, or improving the quality of programs[Redacted] - inspired by GD to run an RCT
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IPA posting additional data publicly
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Potentially applicable to multiple categories aboveGD's media outreach effortsGD's involvement in panels or RTs (e.g., ODI panel, Brookings)University courses and trainings (e.g., [Redacted]) are teaching about GiveDirectlyBan Ki-moon (UN secretary general) encouraged cash transfers at World Humanitarian Summit
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GD's strategic decisions about activities (e.g., GE and UBI studies)[Redacted] - held panel discussing benchmarking with cash, mentioned GDCGD hosted event on cash, [Redacted] coming soon
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President’s Global Development Council - recommending cash transfers
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Microfinance Club of NY - advocating for unconditional cash transfers
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