Mali Case Study: Kone Idrissa

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Facing uncertain times: Corner shop project diarist, Kone Idrissa, shares his story and experience operating a small business in Mali during Covid-19 and a wave of political instability.  Kone is a 33-year-old participant in the corner shop diaries project in … Continued

The Data Portal of L-IFT

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What is the usual final stage of research projects for clients? A comprehensive technical report is compiled with the findings. What usually happens to the large compiled full report? It might get published internally, but more often than not, we … Continued

Outliers and How to Deal With Them

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Introduction Continuous societal development has brought about numerous disruptive phenomena to society that have redefined the organization of virtually every sphere of life. One such disruption is in the field of math and statistics-data revolution. There is a phrase that … Continued

Solar Adoption RCT in Ugandan Refugee Settlement Camps

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Refugees arrive at settlement camps trying to escape the numerous challenges they face in their respective countries. But while they might be successful in escaping these problems, they are faced with many new challenges when entering the camps. One of … Continued

Case Studies, It is Not Easy to Write Good Ones

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Case studies, case studies…. Ever since I started working on financial inclusion, clients required case studies as part of the deliverables. Whether conducting a study, an evaluation, a mid-term review, or developing program design, we almost always had to write … Continued

Data as a Utility

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‘Utility Services’ is a chic word to describe things like electricity, piped drinking water, and other basic services, generally provided by the municipality or other government institutions. When I was young, the postal services and some banking services (postal savings … Continued

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