Deworming Kenya: Translating Research into Action (A)

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Nava Ashraf, Neil Buddy Shah, Rachel Gordon
Harvard Business School ()

Karen Levy and her colleague Margaret Ndanyi have spent the past six months planning and preparing a Kenyan national program targeting school-age children most at risk of infection with parasitic worms. Within a week of its inception, the program appeared to be working well, but Ndanyi and Levy knew that it still had to be administered in thousands of schools in nearly 40 districts. They wondered: Will they achieve their goal of deworming more than three million school-age children by the end of the fiscal year on June 30, 2009? Could you do it for less than $ 0.50 per child?

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