Building Self-Reliance for Refugees

As of 2018, over 70 million people have been forced to flee their homes to escape persecution and conflict

Brave Women at the Ends of the Graduation Approach

By Anna Ferracuti, guest author In June 2019, I participated in a TrickleUp-organized week-long workshop on the Graduation Approach, a sequenced and time-bound intervention that ai ...

Southern Africa Graduation Approach Learning Workshop

Lessons learned from a three-year learning initiative between Trickle Up and UNHCR

Building Self-Reliance for Refugees in Zambia

This factsheet highlights a Trickle Up Learning Mission in the context of the team’s work in Zambia.

Adapting Graduation for Refugees in Zambia

Over the past 50 years, Zambia has been a haven for refugees escaping conflict in surrounding countries

The Trickle Effect in Action

Trickle Up is working with UNHCR and Self-Help Africa to deliver Graduation to the refugees of Meheba, the second largest refugee settlement in Zambia.

Economic Inclusion of the Poorest Refugees

The Graduation Approach can increase refugees’ ability to earn income and increase their self-reliance and resilience