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Doing Good Better: How Can I Make The Biggest Difference?

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DOING GOOD BETTER


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Effective altruism asks: “HOW CAN I MAKE THE 
 BIGGEST DIFFERENCE I CAN?” and uses evidence & careful reasoning to try to find an answer. It takes a scientific approach to doing good.


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Just as SCIENCE consists 
 of the HONEST AND IMPARTIAL ATTEMPT TO WORK OUT WHAT’S TRUE, and a commitment to believe the truth 
 whatever that turns 
 out to be… LEARN MORE


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LEARN MORE …EFFECTIVE ALTRUISM consists of the HONEST AND IMPARTIAL ATTEMPT TO WORK OUT WHAT’S BEST FOR THE WORLD, and a commitment to 
 do what’s best, 
 whatever that turns 
 out to be.


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These 5 questions will 
 guide you in your quest to ensure you’re making not just a difference, but the most difference you can. LEARN MORE


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1 ! HOW MANY PEOPLE BENEFIT? AND BY 
 HOW MUCH? LEARN MORE


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OUTCOME We need to make hard decisions about who we help and who we don’t; that means thinking about how much benefit is provided by different activities. The quality-adjusted life year allows us to compare the impact of different 
 sorts of health programs. LEARN MORE


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2 ! IS THIS 
 THE MOST EFFECTIVE THING YOU CAN DO? LEARN MORE


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IMPACT The very best health and education programs are hundreds of times better than “merely” very good programs. For example, smallpox eradication did so much 
 good that it alone shows development aid to be 
 highly cost-effective on average. LEARN MORE


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3 ! IS THIS 
 AREA NEGLECTED? LEARN MORE


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NEED Natural disasters get far more funding than ongoing causes of death and suffering such as disease; for that reason, disaster relief usually isn’t the most effective use of funds. Diseases, like malaria, that affect people in the developing world, get far less funding than conditions like cancer; for that reason you have a much bigger 
 impact treating people with 
 malaria than with cancer. LEARN MORE


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? 4 ! WHAT 
 WOULD HAVE HAPPENED OTHERWISE? LEARN MORE


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INEVITABLE This question helps us 
 to avoid trying to do 
 good works that would 
 happen with or without 
 our involvement. 
 In careers like medicine, 
 you’re sometimes simply 
 doing good work that 
 would have happened 
 anyway. LEARN MORE


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5 ! WHAT ARE THE CHANCES OF SUCCESS, AND HOW GOOD WOULD SUCCESS BE?
 LEARN MORE


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REWARD Some activities—such as voting, entering politics, campaigning for systemic change, or mitigating risks of global catastrophe—are effective not because they’re likely to make a difference 
 but because their impact 
 is so great if they do 
 make a difference. LEARN MORE


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"Beautifully written and extremely smart. DOING GOOD BETTER should be required reading for anyone interested in making the world better." —STEVEN LEVITT, 
 Author of Freakonomics GET BOOK HERE


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