SWB's projects are at the core of our mission. The scope of our work is diverse, and we help workers in resource-limited settings who do not have statistical training by partnering them with professional and student statisticians.  


Read about some of our recent projects:

 

 

Asante Africa Foundation

The Asante Africa Foundation works to empower East African youth with programs in Girls' Advancement, Accelerated Classroom Learning, and Youth Leadership and Entrepreneurship.

     
 

Save the Children – Ethiopia

Save the Children requested help from SWB to design an analysis plan for a longitudinal cohort study of nearly 2,000 children in Tigray, Ethiopia, as part of a long-term evaluation of sponsorship-funded integrated programming. 

     
  

Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary

Since 1995, Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary has rescued and rehabilitated nearly 200 orphaned and illegally traded western chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes verus). SWB did two projects for Tacugama in 2018.

     
 

Whole of Syria Health Cluster

The Syrian Health Cluster, with four hubs and 118 partners, is the coordination mechanism to provide emergency and trauma care, as well as to provide basic health provision where it has collapsed. 

     
 

UNICEF Sierra Leone

SWB is working on a long-term project with UNICEF to evaluate health interventions in Sierra Leone. SWB assisted with the design of the baseline survey, data cleaning, and survey weighting. Ongoing work will include data analysis and planning for a post-intervention survey. 

     
 

Haitian Earthquake Data Collection

A team of Statistics Without Borders (SWB) volunteers advised SciMetrika, LLC (an 8(a) firm that focuses on providing solutions to advancing human health) on the design and execution of a survey in Haiti.  

     
 

Faunalytics

Faunalytics is a non-profit animal protection organization that conducts social science research and shares knowledge to help advocates help animals effectively.