The broad objective of the study is to estimate the effect of community-wide provision of water treatment (chlorine) solution on child health and development. It is taking place within Bungoma and Kakamega Counties and is being funded by Tufts University.
The project aims to use data to understand the long-term welfare implications of cash transfers for village economies, particularly whether cash transfers to some households in a village help make all households better off in the long run.
The other objective is to identify the channels (such as prices, wages, job creation or local public goods) through which cash transfers effects can persist.
The study is taking place within Siaya County and is being funded by National Bureau of Economic Research and London School of Economics and Political Science.
The Covid-19 Rapid Response Phone Survey (CRRPS) is collecting data relevant to monitor the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in Kenya.
The study is currently running nationwide with funding from the World Bank
The research seeks to understand the overall impact of rental markets on a number of outcome of interest.
It is currently running in four counytiers : Kakamega, Siaya, Bungoma and Migori with funding coming from University of Zurich
The project seeks to understand whether an information campaign to improve farmers’ ability to detect quality can help to:
(1) increase availability of high‐quality maize seeds in the market,
(2) improve agricultural outcomes, and
(3) improve household welfare
This project is running in Kakamega, Transnzoia, Migori and Bungoma counties with funding from Agricultural Technology Adoption Initiative, PEDL, CEGA and GLM I LIC.