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Since 2015, OES and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) have collaborated to apply insights from behavioral sciences and conduct rigorous, low-cost evaluations on child and maternal health and infectious diseases programs around the world. The goal of the collaborations is to identify cost-effective, evidence-based changes that can be scaled for broader impact.
If you are a USAID Mission or implementing partner interested in collaborating with OES, learn how to start the conversation by clicking below.