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Congratulations Kushi Baby! After receiving a $200,000 grant from the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), Kushi Baby continues to help the children of rural India.

Kushi Baby started as class project in the CEID's “Appropriate Technology in the Developing World" course, co-taught by Dr. Joseph Zinter, assistant director of the CEID, and SEAS Lecturer Bo Hopkins.

The project helps document and record a child's vaccination records in areas like rural India. This allows health workers to know exactly what treatment and attention a child has had or needs at a given point in time.

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