Building Self-Reliance for Refugees

Building Self-Reliance for Refugees

View In 2013, UNHCR engaged Trickle Up to design, implement and test the GraduationApproach (GA) in refugee settings in Burkina Faso, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Egypt, andZambia. This project brief summarizes an independent evaluation of Trickle Up’s performance against...
Adapting Graduation for Refugees in Ecuador

Adapting Graduation for Refugees in Ecuador

View In 2015, UNHCR and its lead implementing partner, HIAS, supported by Trickle Up, started a Graduation pilot in Santo Domingo, to help refugees living in extreme poverty build resilience and self-reliance. The pilot targeted 200 participants, including 90 host...
Upwardly Mobile

Upwardly Mobile

View What happens when the world’s poorest women have a wealth of information at their fingertips? In 2015, Trickle Up began testing that hypothesis by putting the power of mobile phones into the hands of 1,000 women in India who strive daily to overcome conditions of...
Adapting Graduation for Persons of Concern

Adapting Graduation for Persons of Concern

View Most refugees remain displaced for years in host countries, many of which are already strugglingto address poverty and internal migration. Without support to earn a livelihood, Persons of Concern, such as refugees, host community members, internally displaced...
Adapting Graduation for Refugees in Zambia

Adapting Graduation for Refugees in Zambia

View Zambia currently hosts over 76,000 persons of concern, including 50,000 refugees, largely from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). In 2016, Trickle Up, with support from the US Department of State’s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM),...

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