Results for Development — Childhood Pneumonia Treatment Program (2019)

The Open Philanthropy Project recommended a $5,605,398 grant to Results for Development (R4D) to support Phase II of its pneumonia treatment program in Tanzania.

R4D is a global nonprofit organization aiming to tackle development challenges to help those living in poverty. This is a renewal of a previous grant that R4D received to support Phase I of this program. R4D aims to use these funds over four years to increase the treatment coverage rate of pediatric amoxicillin, which is the World Health Organization-recommended first-line treatment for childhood pneumonia.

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Results for Development — Childhood Pneumonia Treatment Scale-Up

Published: March 2017

Note: This grant was awarded while the Open Philanthropy Project was a partnership between GiveWell and Good Ventures.

Good Ventures, with input from GiveWell, awarded a grant of $6,400,000 to Results for Development (R4D) in May of 2016 to support its Market Dynamics practice area’s pneumonia treatment program in Tanzania.

R4D is a global nonprofit organization aiming to tackle development challenges to help those living in poverty. The organization aims to use these funds to increase use of amoxicillin, the WHO-recommended first-line treatment for childhood pneumonia. We are supporting R4D because we believe that, if successful, it could become a GiveWell-recommended charity. See GiveWell’s writeup of this grant for more details.