About Causal Design

We are on a mission

Causal Design is a social enterprise with a vision of making evidence-based programming affordable for NGOs, practical to field workers, and digestible to policy makers and the general public.

Who We Are

Our team of humanitarians, researchers, project managers, and evaluation experts merge with a vision of making evidence-based programming affordable for NGOs, practical to field workers, and digestible to policymakers and the general public.

What We Do

Causal Design partners with international development clients to provide rigorous independent program evaluation, expand cultures of evidence within organizations, and join them in efforts to relieve human suffering and end poverty.

Where We Work

Our work takes us around the world to mahogany walled boardrooms, government ministries, NGO hospital tents, and under the tin roofs in crowded slum communities.

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We support clients with practical rigor – this means we leverage the most rigorous methods appropriate to the context and questions at hand. Further, all our work must tie to actionable questions – and we ask our clients to commit to being responsive to the results.

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A MILLION-DINAR QUESTION: Can Cash Transfers Drive Economic Recovery in Conflict-Driven Crises?

Over the past twenty years, the use of cash transfers in development and humanitarian interventions has experienced exponential growth. Both…

New USAID Policy on Cost-Analysis in Impact Evaluations

USAID released a revised version of its policy on designing and implementing development projects and activities, governed by ADS Chapter…

Can Cash Transfers Drive Economic Recovery in Conflict-driven Crises?: Experimental Evidence from Iraq – Cash Consortium for Iraq

Armed conflict and other situations of violence can lead to changes in both the formal and informal economic systems in…

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Doing Business on the Navajo Nation: A Comprehensive Look at the Business Environment on the Navajo Nation

The Navajo Nation Context The Navajo Nation is sovereign territory with over 250,000 Navajo people occupying 27,000 square miles of…

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Inflection Point: COVID-19, State and Society

COVID-19 is proving calamitous, with over 250,000 deaths globally, including 70,000 deaths within the United States, and 50,000 across the…

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