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Happy Holidays from Trickle Up!

Through your continued support of Trickle Up, communities in some of the poorest parts of the world can now look forward to brighter futures.

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Trickle Up recommended in today’s New York Times!

In his blog post today on “Food Gifts That Matter,” New York Times food columnist Mark Bittman listed Trickle Up first in his list of recommended charities.

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More Than Just a Place to Save

Savings groups represent so much more than just a savings box—they are a source of information, new ideas and a support system for women.

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Happy Thanksgiving from Trickle Up!

This Thanksgiving, I want to thank our supporters for their generosity in helping nearly 40,000 people out of extreme poverty this year.

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Voices from the Field: The Delicate Dance of the Hungry Season

Last October, when I visited some of the rural villages where Trickle Up works in northern Mali, participants and their families were preparing for the annual harvest.

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From our Recent Panel: “Food for Thought: 10+ Ideas to End World Hunger”

On October 19th, 2011, Trickle Up hosted a panel of food security experts to discuss ideas to end world hunger.

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Podcast from Our Recent Panel: Can Financial Services Help the Poorest of the Poor?

We discussed efforts to identify appropriate financial services that can reach the extreme poor, the 1 billion people around the world living on less than $1.25 a day.

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Photo and Quote of the Week: Achiron Bibi

Meet Achiron Bibi

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A Holistic Perspective Part 2: How Using a Woman’s Life Story Can Improve Trickle Up’s Program

Trickle Up is exploring how integrating research into our ongoing monitoring strategy could have a positive effect on how we develop strategies for our individual participants.

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Event Announcement: Can Financial Services Help the Poorest of the Poor?

In general, the extreme poor lack the qualities that even microcredit providers seek. Are there financial services that can help those most in need?

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