Building and using evidence to increase equity and opportunity across the globe.

Improving lives around the world

AIR is co-sponsoring the Evidence for Development | What Works Global Summit 2021 on October 18-27, 2021. Principal Researcher Thomas de Hoop will present an AIR board-funded randomized controlled trial of impact network’s technology-aided education program in Zambia on October 20 at 9:45 AM ET, and will participate in a panel about evidence syntheses on women’s groups on October 21 at 9:45 AM ET. 
Register here.

AIR experts work around the globe to improve the quality and relevance of social, economic, and education programs in developing countries to empower individuals, communities, and institutions, and to ensure equitable access for all. Our international work covers AIR’s broad practice areas—education, health, human services, and workforce development—across the lifespan.

AIR conducts and applies rigorous research and evaluation to provide governments and international aid agencies with the tools, expertise and information they need to measure the effectiveness of programs, initiatives, and institutions. Through our technical assistance work, we help leaders, policymakers, and organizations build, pilot, and implement field-based activities in developing countries.

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Senior Vice President, International Development Division
Jonathan Simonetta
Vice President, International Development