From Ed•sy•clopedia
(Redirected from Idinsight)
Organizations & people

working to improve education systems
Edsyclopedia icon people orgs.png

IDinsight is a research, data analytics, and global advisory organization founded in 2012 with offices in India, Kenya, Morocco, The Philippines, Senegal, the United States, and Zambia.

Key information

Intended impact: "Tailor a wide range of data and evidence tools, including randomized evaluations and machine learning, to help decision-makers design effective programs and rigorously test what works to support communities"[1]

Countries/areas where the organization is active: Bangladesh, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Liberia, Kenya, Malawi, Morocco, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, The Philippines, Uganda, and Zambia (Accurate as of Jan 2022) [2]


Organization leader(s): Ruth Levine, CEO (accurate as of July 2021)

Partner/funder organizations: Affinity Impact; ELMA Philanthropies; Mulago Foundation; Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Elrha’s Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises; Omidyar Network; Founders Pledge; Rippleworks; Cartier Philanthropy; GiveWell; USAID; Centre for Effective Altruism; Global Innovation Fund; Wellspring Philanthropic Fund; Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF); Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation; William & Flora Hewlett Foundation; Echidna Giving; Jascha Hoffman; Younger Family Fund [3]

Theory of change and its relation to education systems

"IDinsight has deep expertise in education and training programs in public, NGO, and low-cost private sectors, including those using education technology. We work with clients to combine global evidence and local data for program design and implementation to strengthen learning." [4]

See also

External links


  1. "IDinsight", [official website], accessed 30 July 2021
  2. IDinsight, [official website]. Accessed 30 July 2021
  3. IDinsight, [official website]. Accessed 30 July 2021
  4. IDinsight, [official website]. Accessed 30 July 2021