Partner with BERI
BERI is looking for organizations implementing programs designed to increase take up of reproductive health services, improve women’s educational attainment, employment and empowerment, delay marriage and fertility onset, and reduce maternal mortality and morbidity. Our researchers will work with your team to identify behavioral constraints that, if eliminated, could improve your program’s impact.
Find a list of our current partners here.
Benefits of Impact Evaluations
Organizations benefit from partnership by gaining experience with randomized and quasi-experimental evaluation methods; by testing the effectiveness of new interventions, or slight modifications to existing ones; and by generating knowledge that can benefit other development organizations working with similar populations.
We rely on the commitment and flexibility of our partners to generate rigorous evidence. A successful partnership will involve a close working relationship between our researchers and program counterparts.
Organizations must be working with sufficient numbers of participants and/or communities to ensure adequate sample size for the research design. We also look for partners with flexible scale-up plans, so that we can be involved in decisions about the timing and geographic placement of new or expanding programs. Ultimately, the implementing partner is only responsible for delivering its interventions in adherence with the jointly developed evaluation design.
Please click here if you are interested in partnering with BERI or learning more about how research can support your program.
Photo Credit: Anne Karing, BRAC’s ELA Program, Sierra Leone; Gieltje Adriaans, BRAC’s ELA Program, Sierra Leone.