Graduating to Resilience Cohort 1 Fact Sheet

As part of the AVSI consortium, Trickle Up is providing technical assistance to the Graduating to Resilience Activity. IPA evaluated the first cohort of the program through an RCT.

In 2017, the AVSI consortium in Uganda, funded by USAID and consisting of AVSI Uganda, the American Institutes for Research, and Trickle Up, adapted and implemented the Graduation Approach to improve food security, nutrition, self-reliance, and resilience among refugees and host communities in extreme poverty in the Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement and surrounding host communities of the Kamwenge District in southwest Uganda.

Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) evaluated the first cohort of this program using a randomized controlled trial to measure the impact and cost-effectiveness of different variations of the Graduation Approach.


Partnering for Women’s Economic Inclusion in Rural Colombia

Photo Credit: Jorge Coy - Regional Representative, Americas The Trickle Up team is thrilled to announce a grant from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation to support a two-year project in Colombia focused on the economic empowerment of rural women living in extreme poverty....