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Aaron Dibner-Dunlap and Ayso van Eysinga
Innovations for Poverty Action

Aaron Dibner-Dunlap began at Innovations for Poverty Action in 2010 as a project coordinator for a four-site randomized controlled trial on the impact of access to savings accounts. He currently works on a global replication program that evaluates the effectiveness of SMS messages in nudging savings deposits and repayment of credit. Prior to joining IPA, he served as a Small Enterprise Development Agent for the U.S. Peace Corps in Mauritania. He received his Masters degree in International Affairs from Columbia University and his undergraduate degree in Learning and Organizational Change from Northwestern University. He is based in Washington, DC.

 

Aysovan Eysinga is studying International Economics and concentrating on the African region at SAIS. After graduating from Edinburgh University with an MA in History in 2011, he spent two years working in Ghana for the Cocoa Abrabopa Association, where he was tasked with evaluating, designing and implementing certification processes and technology development. In the summer of 2014 he worked with Innovations for Poverty Action conducting research for the Global Financial Inclusion Initiative. He speaks French and Dutch

 

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