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The Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) Initiative

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The Development Impact Evaluation Initiative is a World Bank-wide program to generate knowledge on the effectiveness of development policies. Working across 18 thematic areas, DIME collaborates with 300 agencies in 72 countries to improve the effectiveness of policies and programs and strengthen country capacity for real-time evidence-based policy-making. Read DIME paper | Read DIME Guidance Note | More About DIME...

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Reintegrating rebels into civilian life: Quasi-experimental evidence from Burundi

After the war, thrust has been on ex-combat reintegration. Measuring the impact of this program is important in terms of economic well-being and attitudinal measures.

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The DIME team organizes cross country workshops in client countries to help them in designing program specific impact evaluations, and in collecting and analyzing data. They also support in-country capacity building through formal trainings and a learning-by-doing approach.

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The World Bank work brings together various experts from all over the world who provide the highest quality research, policy recommendations, and analysis on Impact Evaluation. Meet the DIME team and Impact Evaluation Experts.

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