Centre for Pesticide Suicide Prevention — General Support (2021)

Open Philanthropy recommended a GiveWell Incubation Grant of £5,121,212 ($6,949,382 at the time of conversion) to the Centre for Pesticide Suicide Prevention (CPSP) to support work aimed at reducing deaths from deliberate ingestion of pesticides. CPSP plans to use these funds to expand to provide support to China, and work with relevant UN agencies and regulatory bodies to assist countries in which CPSP does not currently have a program. CPSP also plans to continue its work in Nepal and India. GiveWell Incubation Grants are recommended by GiveWell staff, and support the development of potential future top charities.

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Centre for Pesticide Suicide Prevention — General Support

The Open Philanthropy Project recommended a GiveWell Incubation Grant of $1,336,409 to the Centre for Pesticide Suicide Prevention (CPSP) to start work aimed at reducing deaths from deliberate ingestion of pesticides. CPSP plans to use these funds to begin collecting data on pesticide suicides in Nepal and India with the aim of assisting governments in enacting bans on the most lethal pesticides currently used in suicide attempts. GiveWell Incubation Grants are recommended by GiveWell staff, and support the development of potential future top charities.

See GiveWell’s page on this grant for more details.