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“What is missing is often good measurement and a commitment to follow the data.”

I’m a Research
Analyst with the Strategy, Measurement and Evaluation team at the Gates
Foundation. I cannot agree more that the questions you raise are critical. As a
matter of fact, we are currently working on a foundation-wide evaluation policy
to address them. We have just finished the first draft of the policy and are
refining it internally before sharing with partners and grantees and eliciting
their feedback. You can expect to see the policy later this year. Thank you for
raising such important questions!

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