Education in the developing world

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A review of education interventions and charities in Sub-Saharan Africa was conducted. The review was performed by a member of the Effective Altruism Quebec community to advise anonymous donors wishing to help relieve extreme poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa. It looks into effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of education interventions, and recommends three charities that the donors could consider allocating funds to: Pratham, Educate! and Camfed.

Charity evaluator GiveWell conducted a review of education interventions in developing countries. The focus is on whether education interventions affect outcomes such as health, income and teenage fertility and marriage - intrinsic value is not assigned to improved educational outcomes.

2009 version of GiveWell’s review of education interventions and programs in developing countries. A more recent (2019) version is available (see previous link).