GiveWell

GiveWell annually publishes a list of "top charities" on the basisbased of cost-effectiveness and quality of evidence (GiveWell 2020). The list is updated annually. As of November 2020, the top GiveWell charities were, in order:

GiveWell also lists, in no particular order, a number of "standout charities" which, despite not meeting all of the criteria to be one of theira top charities,charity, are rated above nearly every other organization GiveWell has considered.

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Standout charities

GiveWell also lists, in no particular order, a number of "standout charities" which, despite not meeting all of the criteria to be one of their top charities, are rated above nearly every other organization GiveWell has considered.

  • Development Media International
  • Evidence Action's Dispensers for Safe Water
  • Food Fortification Initiative
  • Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition's salt iodization program
  • Zusha!
  • Iodine Global Network
  • Living Goods
  • Precision Agriculture for Development
  • Project Healthy Children

GiveWell annually publishes a list of "top charities" on the basis of cost-effectiveness and evidentiary basisquality of evidence (GiveWell 2020). As of November 2020, the top GiveWell charities were, in order:

  1. Malaria Consortium's seasonal malaria chemoprevention program;
  2. The Against Malaria Foundation, which provides long-lasting insecticide-treated nets
  3. Helen Keller International's vitamin A supplementation program;
  4. New Incentives, which provides conditional cash transfers for routine childhood vaccinations;
  5. SCI Foundation, Evidence Action's Deworm the World Initiative, Sightsavers's deworming program, and the The END Fund's deworming program; and
  6. GiveDirectly, which provides unconditional cash transfers for extreme poverty.
  1. The Malaria Consortium's seasonal malaria chemoprevention program;
  2. The Against Malaria Foundation, which provides long-lasting insecticide-treated nets'
  3. Helen Keller International, which prevents Vitamin's vitamin A deficiency;supplementation program;
  4. New Incentives, which provides conditional cash incentivestransfers for routine childhood vaccinations;
  5. The deworming charities SCI Foundation, Evidence Action's Deworm the World Initiative, Sightsavers,'s deworming program, and the The END Fund;'s deworming program; and
  6. GiveDirectly, which provides unconditional cash transfers (GiveWell 2020)for extreme poverty.
  1. The Malaria Consortium's seasonal malaria chemoprevention program;
  2. The Against Malaria Foundation, which provides long-lasting insecticide-treated nets'
  3. Helen Keller International, which prevents Vitamin A deficiency;
  4. New Incentives, which provides cash incentives for routine childhood vaccinations;
  5. The deworming charities SCI Foundation, Evidence Action's Deworm the World Initiative, Sightsavers, and the END Fund;Fund; and
  6. GiveDirectly, which provides cash transfers (GiveWell 2020).
  1. The Malaria Consortium's seasonal malaria chemoprevention program;
  2. The Against Malaria Foundation, which provides long-lasting insecticide-treated nets'
  3. Helen Keller International, which prevents Vitamin A deficiency;
  4. New Incentives, which provides cash incentives for routine childhood vaccinations;
  5. The deworming charities SCI Foundation, Evidence Action's Deworm the World Initiative, Sightsavers, and the END Fund; and
  6. GiveDirectly,GiveDirectly, which provides cash transfers (GiveWell 2020).
  1. The Malaria Consortium's seasonal malaria chemoprevention program;
  2. The Against Malaria Foundation, which provides long-lasting insecticide-treated nets'
  3. Helen Keller International, which prevents Vitamin A deficiency;
  4. New Incentives, which provides cash incentives for routine childhood vaccinations;
  5. The deworming charities SCI Foundation, Evidence Action's Deworm the World Initiative, Sightsavers,Sightsavers, and the END Fund; and
  6. GiveDirectly, which provides cash transfers (GiveWell 2020).