A Coalition for Financial Inclusion of the Poorest

Trickle Up and the MetLife Foundation worked to empower women living in poverty to develop their potential and build a better future.

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 financial literacy, access to group savings accounts, credit, and remittance services, and life and health insurance products through their self-help groups. The coalition served as a resource on financial inclusion for Trickle Up’s partnerships with India’s national livelihoods program in the states of Jharkhand and Odisha. 


New Savings, New Destinies

The Anibhitha village of Kunjbona Panchayat is a remote hamlet that is part of the Littipara community development block about 40 kilometers from Pakur, Jharkhand, India. It is home to the Pahariya Tribe—one of India’s Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTG). For...

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