Cost-Effectiveness Analysis, Cost Benefit Analysis, Experimental Survey Design
The City of Kingston is interested in improving access to high-quality broadband Internet services as part of its Smart Kingston Strategy. This effort, the Broadband Strategy, aims to fill the gaps that exist in high-quality broadband connectivity in a financially and institutionally sustainable way. The project seeks to balance economic efficiency and equity measures, while providing the infrastructure required for the growth and prosperity of the city.
Limestone has partnered with the City of Kingston, as well as the Queen’s Economics Department and the Department of Geography and Planning, to undertake the Kingston Broadband Gap Analysis. The work includes:
IGATE-T (Improving Gender Attitudes, Transition and Education Outcomes) is a @WorldVision led initiative that supports marginalized girls' education across rural Zimbabwe. Read more about Limestone’s work as the External Evaluator for IGATE-T. #IGATE
As one part of the Ghana Priorities Project, the @Copenhagen_CC is conducting research to determine the smartest ways to reduce these mortality rates.