Save the Children is an international non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children. 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.
Sponsorship-funded programming operates in the areas of maternal and child health, early childhood care and development, basic education, school health and nutrition, and adolescent development.
This valuation focuses on educational and early childhood interventions. Data will be collected every two years from 2017 and continuing through 2027.
Statistical challenges include analysis of missing data, definition of random effects and correlation structure, use of propensity scores, and causal inference.
SWB’s team includes a graduate student and a medical school professor, both in the US, a post-doctoral fellow in Spain and a semi-retired academic researcher from Canada.
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