Evidence for Scale: Learning from Niger, Senegal, and Zambia
Simultaneous translation will be available in Arabic, French, Portuguese, and Spanish!
L'événement est ouvert au public et sera traduit simultanément en arabe, français, portugais et espagnol !
El evento está abierto al público y se interpretará simultáneamente al árabe, francés, portugués y español!
Strong evidence has highlighted the effectiveness of pilot economic inclusion programs, but what happens as programs move to scale? On Wednesday, April 13, 2022 from 9:30am to 11am ET, the Partnership for Economic Inclusion (PEI), together with the World Bank’s Development Impact Evaluation unit (DIME) and IPA, will co-host a webinar to discuss a new wave of evidence from Niger, Senegal, and Zambia.
This evidence is set to unpack the opportunities and challenges of moving government-led economic inclusion programs to scale. This session will consider how recent impact evaluations are shaping country operations and setting the pace for broader learning and replication. The webinar will bring together practitioners and thought leaders, as work in this area starts to greatly expand and as PEI and Technical Partners launch a ten-country Impact Evaluation Collaborative in this space.
- Amadou Kanar Diop, Technical Advisor, Minister of Community Development and Social and Territorial Equity, Senegal
- Arianna Legovini, Director, DIME, World Bank
- Ioana Botea, Economist, World Bank, West Africa
- Lasse Brune, Economist, IPA / Global Poverty Research Lab
- Patrick Premand, Senior Economist, DIME, World Bank