How many openly available, searchable databases of impact evaluations are there? Impact evaluations are a classic public good, providing information that is valuable to anyone engaged in policymaking or program development. But for evaluations to serve this function, people have to be able to find them easily and quickly.
In 2013 we prepared a list of databases that include systematic reviews and studies that attribute impact to particular programs, interventions, or policies, and whose findings are relevant to low- and middle-income countries. The list was updated again in March, 2015.
We will not be actively curating this list but if you would like to make a correction or submit another listing, please email Bill Savedoff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Updated April 2015