Mathematica conducted evaluations of two activities and a related initiative under the Tanzania energy-sector project. The activities included laying a new submarine cable to provide a more reliable source of electricity to Unguja Island, extending lines into new areas, and offering low-cost electricity...
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The evaluation will shed light on the impact of large-scale investments in irrigation infrastructure on agricultural output.Read more
Capturing the impact of climate policies.Read more
Although science has documented the effects of climate change, waste and land management, and environmental pollutants on our planet, how we change human behavior has proved more elusive. Building on a long history of policy research coupled with insights into behavioral science and experience with evaluation design, Mathematica helps examine the effectiveness of policies and create strategies for responding to environmental issues.
Tanzania Energy-Sector Impact Evaluation
Cabo Verde: Improving Performance in the WASH Sector
This project aims to increase access, utilization, and quality of services and facilities in Cabo Verde while reducing consumer costs by supporting national policy reform, promoting the corporatization of utilities, and creating a funding mechanism for infrastructure projects.
Senior Vice President; Managing Director, International
Anu Rangarajan has 25 years of experience conducting more than 40 research studies (and over 15 impact evaluations), including many large, complex studies.Featured Projects
- Technical Assistance for the Impact Evaluation of Social Development Programs in Mexico: Estrategia de Microregiones and Habitat
- Bihar, India: Measurement Learning and Evaluation for the Family Health Initiative
- Lessons on Improving Governance in a Complex Policy Environment in Rwanda
- Rwanda Threshold Program Evaluation
- Democracy and Governance
- Early Childhood
- Social Protection
- Water and Sanitation
and release more than 70 percent of global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions.