Randomized Control Trials

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Randomized Control Trials (RCTs) are considered the 'gold standard' for impact evaluation.

RCT-related Topics

Individual-level RCTs

Individual-level RCTs are impact evaluation design where the outcomes are measured on an individual basis. Randomization for individual-level RCTs are also done on an individual(per participant) level.

Examples of individual RCTs in the DIME Portfolio

Clustered RCTs

Clustered RCTs are a type of RCTs where randomization and outcome measurement are done on the basis of a group i.e. cohort, villages, etc.

Examples of clustered RCTs in the DIME Portfolio

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