Evidence Action is dedicated to improving the lives of millions of people across Africa and Asia. Our approach fills the gap between research about “what works” and implementing solutions for people in need. We operate in six countries across the globe and positively impact hundreds of millions of lives every year in a measurable way by delivering our evidence-based interventions where the need and opportunity are greatest.
We provide services to the most vulnerable people in these countries irrespective of their race, religion, gender, or political affiliation. Some of the countries where we operate are representative democracies while others are not. Our operations in a given country in no way reflects an endorsement of that country’s form of government, and we continuously evaluate the political situation wherever we operate.
They seem to have some trackers on their website.
They seem to provide trade-free services for people: “Trained school teachers administered free-of-cost deworming medicine (mebendazole), which is universally recognized as a safe and cost-effective treatment” for parasitic worm infections. (https://www.evidenceaction.org/deworm-islamabad-press-release/) Another program they have is to provide dispensers for safe water: “By providing chlorine for free, we make sure those who need it most don’t have to make difficult trade-offs.” (https://www.evidenceaction.org/dispensersforsafewater/) – that’s fantastic!