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Niger NECS Impact Evaluation Baseline Report

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  • Emilie Bagby
  • Alyson Burnett
  • Anca Dumitrescu
  • Kristine Johnston
  • Cara Orfield
  • Matt Sloan
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    The Niger Education and Community Strengthening project was created to improve learning, engage the community, and encourage families to enroll and keep their children in school, with a focus on girls. Mathematica is conducting a randomized evaluation of this project, and this report documents the baseline measures in treatment and comparison villages.

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    Paper provided by Mathematica Policy Research in its series Mathematica Policy Research Reports with number c44d750f175f4314a9816bf9d2147bd6.

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    1. Harounan Kazianga & Dan Levy & Leigh L. Linden & Matt Sloan, 2013. "The Effects of "Girl-Friendly" Schools: Evidence from the BRIGHT School Construction Program in Burkina Faso," American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, American Economic Association, vol. 5(3), pages 41-62, July.
    2. Peter Z. Schochet, 2009. "An Approach for Addressing the Multiple Testing Problem in Social Policy Impact Evaluations," Mathematica Policy Research Reports dbb4b45215a740819b08ca578, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    4. Peter Z. Schochet, 2009. "An Approach for Addressing the Multiple Testing Problem in Social Policy Impact Evaluations," Evaluation Review, , vol. 33(6), pages 539-567, December.
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