We designed and implemented the pilot SEED-Uganda with local Ugandan researchers to implement and test an asset-building intervention with a vulnerable population: orphaned children in Uganda at seven primary schools in the Rakai district. The study used MIS IDA, a custom database system developed by the Center for Social Development, to track savings. A subsequent phase of the project, known as SUUBI, was a larger study funded by the National Institute of Mental Health.
Funding Partners: Friedman Family Foundation, Social Intervention Group (SIG) at Columbia University
Principal Investigator & Contact
CSD Faculty Director; Washington University in St. Louis
Global Asset Building: Innovations in Policies and Services
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