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Submitted by David Jacobstein on

Given the challenges in finding interventions that tracked some sort of control, as well as the challenge of defining these items as "an intervention" (training as one thing? really?), I'm surprised that there's not an effort to instead map where we have data about populations, identify unexpected gainers in income or nutrition, and then build research and learning about what was done there - including any contribution from aid. Seems likelier to arrive at useful data, and may point to variables of interest that are not solely within the idea of "an intervention" as the key unit of analysis.