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Caitlin Tulloch is the Associate Director for Best Use of Resources at the International Rescue Committee, where she leads a team conducting the cost-efficiency and -effectiveness of humanitarian programs. Since 2015, this team has conducted 10 cost-effectiveness analyses and more than 100 cost-efficiency studies, and created the Systematic Cost Analysis (SCAN) software to enable rapid, field-based analyses.

Before she joined the IRC, Caitlin worked in the Public Financial Management Unit of World Bank Indonesia, and spent four years at the Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL), where she managed the organization’s portfolio of cost-effectiveness analyses. She has published several papers on costing methodology and best practices for using economic evaluation in decision-making.