Aidan Coville is an Economist in the Development Impact Evaluation Team (DIME) at the World Bank. After completing his MSc in Statistics at University College London and MSc in Economics for Development at the University of Oxford, he joined DIME in South Africa, exploring the effects of a large-scale slum upgrading project implemented across the country. Since then his work has focused on understanding and overcoming critical constraints to small business development, and unpacking the determinants of use and resulting impacts of government-led water, sanitation and hygiene programs.
Impact Evaluation of Scaling-up Handwashing and Rural Sanitation Behavior Projects in Tanzania 2012
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