Do you have or know of some data on post-move (SWB vs prior, income vs prior, etc)? I’d find that more interesting than pre-move interest.
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It looks like I accidentally took credit for Zach Weems' estimate, made here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/EACryonics/permalink/1737340919637664/
I’ve tried to estimate the number of life years saved by the typical organ donor, and the latest estimate was I think something like 0.1.
On the off chance you're at all dissuaded by https://jewisheffectivegiving.org/ now existing, I want to provide my perspective that:
So I encourage you to not be put off at all by that existing; if anything, to me, it makes the need for an alternative greater.
It's been years since I read it, but I recall Poor Economics (https://www.amazon.com/Poor-Economics-audiobook/dp/B006ST3XTW/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&qid=1625123657&refinements=p_27%3AEsther+Duflo&s=books&sr=1-4) providing significant insight on life at lower levels of income; I think it was probably also informative about the median case.
Given the donations / year figures, these seem relevant:
I think all figures were from around 2015, so these could now be different.
Some others are much smaller and therefore not included, such as GAVI, IMF, WHO, etc.
(Potential COI: I've received money from LTFF)
I think this is quite high value in expectation; it can be difficult for a grant round to coincide with an individual's timing. I personally know of instances where someone would have applied for a grant, but there was no grant round open (& sometimes decision timing can be an issue as well), and therefore they moved to doing something else they felt was lower value.
This is possibly slightly helpful toward your goal of identifying the most important institutions in the world: https://www.facebook.com/groups/733606323454075/permalink/734308670050507/ (graph without explanation at: https://public.tableau.com/app/profile/josh3425/viz/tableua_1/Sheet1 )
The main difference between the programs is that Panama's provides a path to citizenship without ever staying very long in-country, while Paraguay's is maintainable as a permanent resiidency with only short occasional visits, but to gain Paraguayan citizenship you must spend the majority of 3 years in-country. One source for this (though I've looked at many): https://nomadcapitalist.com/second-passport/paraguay/
FWIW, a lawyer I'm speaking to about these options says that Paraguay's program is expected to change in the near future as well; they sit on the Paraguayan committee that's working on amending the law.