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),...
Economic Inclusion of the Poorest Refugees

Economic Inclusion of the Poorest Refugees

View While the Graduation Approach was initially designed for the extreme poor living in rural areas, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)—a United Nations agency mandated to protect and support refugees—recognized its potential to help refugees...
Promoting Opportunities for Young Women & Girls

Promoting Opportunities for Young Women & Girls

View English View Spanish The Promoting Economic Opportunity for Young Women and Girls project launched in December 2014 to transform the lives of 150 indigenous young women and girls between the ages of 10 and 23 in six rural communities of Lachuá, Guatemala. This...
Alliance for Rural Inclusion

Alliance for Rural Inclusion

View English View Spanish The Alliance for Rural Inclusion (ARI) launched in September 2015 across 37 communities in the municipality of Ixcán, Guatemala. ARI provided economic, social, health, and education services to 100 caregivers of children with...
A Coalition for Financial Inclusion of the Poorest

A Coalition for Financial Inclusion of the Poorest

View With support from MetLife Foundation, Trickle Up built the capacity of a new coalition including seven community-based partners to deliver economic and financial inclusion expertise to 100,000 poor, rural households. As a result, these households improved...