IMPACT

“What makes me so proud and satisfied is seeing my women coworkers improving themselves. Before we always depended on men. Not anymore. Now we are capable of doing anything." Gilma Floridalma Tipol, Guatemala

250
Participants Since 1979
1
Lives Impacted
37
Local & Global Partners
42
Team Members Worldwide
Trickle Up measures the impact and effectiveness of our program by focusing on the changes people experience in their quality of life as a result. We work in partnership with local organizations, global institutions, and governments, focusing on how to scale what works.
We ask four questions that help us define and measure success:
  1. Do women and their families enjoy a better quality of life, including more and better food intake, and improved access to health care?
  2. Are they building livelihoods that are dignified, diversified, productive and sustainable?
  3. Do they have access to fair and effective means of saving money and accessing credit?
  4. Are women and other vulnerable people making significant progress as decision-makers in their households and communities?

HOW WE MEASURE SUCCESS

3x

Combating Hunger

Do women and their families enjoy a better quality of life, including more and better food and access to healthcare?

average increase in household’s daily spending on foods other than grains in West Africa.

$527

Building Livelihoods

Are women building livelihoods that are dignified, diversified, productive, and sustainable?

total annual average income increase of participant households in India.

99%

Access to Savings & Credit

Do women have access to fair and effective means of saving money and accessing credit?

participants in India now have savings, up from 7% pre-program.

98%

Social Empowerment

Are women making significant progress toward social inclusion in their communities and empowerment at home?

participants in Guatemala have an active role in household decision-making.

Learn more about our partners and about Trickle Up’s impact in India, Africa, and the Americas.

EXPLORE AMERICAS IMPACT DATA

EXPLORE AFRICA IMPACT DATA

EXPLORE INDIA IMPACT DATA

Americas
Africa
India


Households Reached:
Vulnerable Populations Reached:

EXPLORE REGION IMPACT

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Americas Stories

Africa Stories

India Stories

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A Good Reason to Keep Fighting

Helen Greene

Carolina Chitay of Sesoch, Alta Verapaz, Guatemala Single mother, flower vendor, savings group president


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The Power of Saving

Helen Greene

Vicenta Bol of Sesarb, Guatemala Mother of nine, ambitious entrepreneur, savings advocate


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Saving for an Education

Helen Greene

Mirna Lo Ixcal of Santa Cruz el Nacimiento, Guatemala Corte vendor, savings group leader, future nurse


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Today I am Proud

Helen Greene

Habi Sawadogo* of Monpelghin, Burkina Faso Busy mom, livestock owner, savings group president


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Dreams for Her Children’s Future

Helen Greene

Haoua Tao of Tebla, Burkina Faso Dried fish seller, baker, active community member


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Supporting Each Other

Helen Greene

Kali Porgo* of Karma, Burkina Faso Adaptive, resilient, breadwinner


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Economic Stability and Collective Action

Helen Greene

Marang buru mahila samite SHG of Kumbhiradih, Purulia, West Bengal, India Supporting families, building businesses, advocating for their community


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Creating a Supportive Community

Helen Greene

Jai Baba Loknath Swanirbhar Dal Self-Help Group in the Sundarbans, West Bengal, India Family providers, partners, businesswomen


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More than Just Financial Well-Being

Helen Greene

Shibani Hansda of Brajarajpur, India Mother, cautious risk-taker, self-reliant