Library

Pathways Out of Poverty

Evaluation results show that our participants have made significant improvements in income, assets, and financial inclusion.

The “Pathways out of Poverty for India’s Ultra Poor” project sought to enable women participants and their households to develop the skills, resources and connections to grow and sustain livelihoods that move and keep them out of extreme poverty.

This report presents findings from a quasi-experimental evaluation that aimed to estimate the impact and outcomes of our Trickle Up’s Graduation program. Our emphasis is on the differences we found between participants in West Bengal, India and a comparison group in the same communities.

Related

Meet Jane

The DANIDA Graduation project led by the Danish Refugee Council in partnership with Trickle Up and CEFORD is a pilot project to build self-reliance and resilience in the Imvepi Refugee Settlement. Since 2013, the South Sudanese Civil War has displaced over 4 million...