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The Role of Social Protection

Social protection can play a key role in reducing poverty and inequality and bringing Graduation programs to scale. See how we’re exploring these synergies.

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One Night, $9 Million of Impact

On Monday, April 16, 2018, Trickle Up’s annual gala raised $896,000 to support our expansion across Asia, Africa, and the Americas to empower more than 100,000 women and families.

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7 Habits of Highly Effective Coaches

Coaching is a critical component to participants’ success. See how our coaches in Guatemala ensure the highest quality coaching for Trickle Up participants.

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The Power of Municipal Partnerships in Guatemala

Trickle Up is working in partnership with several municipalities in Guatemala to better serve indigenous communities & people with disabilities living in extreme poverty.

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How Selma Will Coach 50 Refugee Families in Sudan

Selma was born and raised in Kilo 26 refugee camp. Now, as a Graduation coach, Selma is eager to give back to families living in extreme poverty in her community.

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How Can Trickle Up’s Digital M&E Help Governments?

Trickle Up’s digital M&E framework is helping our partner OLM in India to effectively identify and address the needs of their poorest constituents through the Graduation Approach.

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Computers for Children with Disabilities in Ixcán

This spring, children with disabilities who participated in a Trickle Up project in Ixcán, Guatemala, received laptops from Hope Haven Guatemala to support their education.

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Inside a Trickle Up Learning Lab

Through learning labs, Trickle Up supports women like Norma to kickstart cycles of prosperity, adapting our program to meet the needs of our participants and maximize impact.

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Commit to Gender Equality This International Women’s Day

It might be 217 years before the world achieves gender parity. We don’t know about you, but we just don’t have that kind of patience. Join Trickle Up & the WomenForward coalition to raise your voice this International Women’s Day!

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Changing Communities One Problem at a Time

The Narijagaran Mohila Sang Federation of SHGs meets monthly to discuss common issues and challenges. Learn more in the last of this four-part series.

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