This month we wrapped up an 18-month long, groundbreaking pilot project that’s improved the lives of 113 people with disabilities living in extreme poverty in Nicaragua.
Emergency response is critical to providing for refugees’ short-term needs, but is often not enough to provide a better future for displaced families.
IN ENGLISH Y EN ESPANOL: A Q&A with Jorge Coy, Trickle Up Americas Regional Representative, on our work with indigenous peoples in the Americas
Trickle Up has joined a global alliance to help women in the developing world use mobile phones to help advance out of poverty.
In 2013, we entered into partnership with UNHCR, which seeks to modify the Graduation Approach to suit the unique needs of refugees and asylum seekers.