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Unpacking a Multi-Faceted Program to Build Sustainable Income for the Very Poor

Abhijit Banerjee, Dean Karlan, Robert Darko Osei, Hannah Trachtman, Christopher Udry

NBER Working Paper No. 24271
Issued in February 2018

---- Acknowledgments ----

Approval from the Yale University Human Subjects Committee, IRB #0705002656, 1002006308, 1006007026, and 1011007628; and from the Innovations for Poverty Action Human Subjects Committee, IRB Protocol #19.08January-002, 09December-003, 59.10June-002, and 10November-003.494. Thanks to the Ford Foundation, and 3ie for funding. Thanks to Nathan Barker, Caton Brewster, Abubakari Bukari, David Bullon Patton, S├ębastien Fontenay, Angela Garcia, Yann Guy, Samantha Horn, Sana Khan, Hideto Koizumi, Matthew Lowes, Elizabeth Naah, Michael Polansky, Elana Safran, Sneha Stephen, Rachel Strohm, and Stefan Vedder for outstanding research assistance and project management, and in particular Bram Thuysbaert for collaboration. The authors would like to thank the leadership and staff at Presbyterian Agricultural Services (PAS) for their partnership. Thanks to Frank DeGiovanni of the Ford Foundation, Syed Hashemi of BRAC University, and Aude de Montesquiou and Alexia Latortue of CGAP for their support and encouragement of the research. No authors have any real or apparent conflicts of interest, except Karlan is on the Board of Directors of Innovations for Poverty Action, which participated in oversight of the implementation. All data and code are available at the IPA Dataverse (doi pending). All authors declare that they have no relevant or financial interests that relate to the research described in this paper. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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