Innovations for Poverty Action

Impact Evaluation of Midline Data from the Educate! Randomised Control Trial

Using an OLS regression estimator with clustered standard errors, the analysis finds that, out of the twelve outcome variables used to assess the effectiveness of the program of achieving its stated goals, they have reached their target for the outcome variables of business ownership, overall income level, community project ownership, savings behaviour and self-efficacy but not for the indicators of paidemployment prevalence, business or employment income, holding of a school leadership position, business planning, financial literacy or creativity.

Can Soft Skills Training Improve Enterprise and Employment growth in Tanzania? A Randomized Evaluation of the Strengthening Rural Youth Development through Enterprise (STRYDE) 2.0 Program

This evaluation will determine the impact of the STRYDE 2.0 program on several economic and social outcomes using a randomized controlled trial. The program’s large scale allows for a robust evaluation sample.

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