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Trickle Updates

Continuing the Growth of Self-Help Groups

Local SHGs in India formed a Village Organization to share knowledge, experiences, and challenges. See how they are working together to drive change in their communities in the third of this four-part series.

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What Are Secondees & How Do They Support Refugee Self-Reliance?

Meet our dedicated secondees! Trickle Up lends technical specialists to UNHCR to support refugee livelihoods and increase the adoption of the Graduation Approach.

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Government & Policy in Graduation

An inside look at a series of round tables held by Trickle Up and Mexico’s Social Inclusion Program, PROSPERA, in Mexico City.

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Clean Water Advocates

One SHG works with their local government to bring clean water to their community in India. Don’t miss the second of a four-part series highlighting collective action by Trickle Up participants.

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Transforming Village Associations into VSLAs in Niger

In partnership with the World Bank’s Adaptive Social Protection program, Trickle Up is facilitating the formation of savings groups by training field agents in Niger.

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Communities Confronting Gender Violence

Together, the women of one SHG were able to confront gender violence in their community. See how in the first of a four-part series highlighting the collective actions of Trickle Up participants in India.

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Reaching Bangladesh

Given the high incidence of extreme poverty and vulnerability in Bangladesh, Trickle Up launches a new partnership to reach 13,000 families.

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Walking with CRPs

Tanmoy Pal, Trickle Up’s State Program Officer in West Bengal, follows two Community Resource People (CRPs) who are trained as coaches for participants living in extreme poverty.

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Learnings from Our New M&E System

Florie Bielsa, M&E Coordinator, explains how mobile data collection and cloud-based information management is helping us quickly assess project progress & troubleshoot problems.

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An Inside Look at the Graduation & Refugees Initiative in Ecuador

Krishnan Raghavan shares an inside look into Trickle Up’s first Exposure Visit to Ecuador for organizations interested in adapting the Graduation Approach to help refugees develop sustainable livelihoods.

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