Research Article

A multifaceted program causes lasting progress for the very poor: Evidence from six countries

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Science  15 May 2015:
Vol. 348, Issue 6236, 1260799
DOI: 10.1126/science.1260799

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  1. Fig. 1 Cross-site timeline.

    PWR, participatory wealth ranking. Only short surveys that occurred within 12 months of endline 1 are used in endline 1 analysis.

  2. Fig. 2 Pooled average intent-to-treat effects, endline 2 at a glance.

    This figure summarizes treatment effects presented in tables S2a to S2h. Treatment effects on continuous variables are presented in SD units. Each entry shows the OLS estimate and 95% confidence interval for that outcome. (♦) Statistically significant, 5% level; (◊) not statistically significant, 5% level.

  3. Fig. 3 Average intent-to-treat effects by country, endline 2 at a glance.

    This figure summarizes the treatment effects presented in tables S3a to S3f. Treatment effects are presented as z-score indices, standardized to the control group at endline 2. Each entry shows the standardized index outcome and its 95% confidence interval. (♦) Statistically significant, 5% level; (◊) not statistically significant, 5% level.