In this video, our CEO Kanika Bahl discusses with Nobel laureate Michael Kremer and Edward Miguel the extraordinarily high and sustained social and economic returns of school-based deworming, and how new research is informing policy decisions affecting millions of lives.

The virtual conversation was hosted by the Becker Friedman Institute at the University of Chicago to commemorate the publication of a study authored by Joan Hamory, Edward Miguel,  Michael Walker, Michael Kremer, and Sarah Baird in the Journal of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), which we had previously covered in this blog

To watch the extended three-part conversation

Part 1 — Overview: 

Part 2 — Research Findings and Impact: 

Part 3 — Open Policy Analysis: 

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