Americas

Leaving no one behind

Trickle Up focuses on the toughest challenges in ending extreme poverty: to reach the poorest, most vulnerable and leave no one behind.

Net Gains

Clara's earnings from selling fishing nets helped her withstand the financial shock after two storms destroyed her corn crop.

Rosario's Birds

Rosario is a single mother with a hearing impairment. As a Trickle Up participant, she has built a successful business raising poultry, has collectively saved, and is expanding her ...

Turning Lessons Into Sustainable Action: Session Three

The third and final session of a three day virtual partner symposium to share lessons from the Empowering Women and Youth Through Graduation Approach and Financial Inclusion projec ...

Turning Lessons Into Sustainable Action: Session Two

The second of a three session virtual symposium to share lessons from the Empowering Women and Youth Through Graduation Approach and Financial Inclusion project in Bangladesh, Viet ...

Emergency Fund will Build Pipeline in Guatemala to Stem Future Flooding

In the wake of Hurricanes Eta and Iota, Trickle Up is funding critical infrastructure to divert water and protect the community of Yalijux, Guatemala from future flooding.

Turning Lessons Into Sustainable Action: Session One

The first of a three session virtual symposium to share lessons from the Empowering Women and Youth Through Graduation Approach and Financial Inclusion project in Bangladesh, Vietn ...

Extreme Poor Hit Hardest by Hurricane Eta

Thousands of families have been forced to abandon their homes and livelihoods as torrential rainfall from hurricane Eta burst riverbanks and sheared mountainsides in northern Guate ...

Building Self-Reliance for Refugees

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

Adapting Graduation for Refugees in Ecuador

An upper middle-income country, Ecuador has been the largest recipient of refugees in Latin America since 2010

Pathways Out of Extreme Poverty

Trickle Up welcomes our new partner and funder, Mayan Partners. Together, we will reach 600 extremely poor youth, in Solola, Guatemala.

Not Handmade

This scarf is not made by hand. It's made by ambition, on a machine, bought with savings, that was earned with profit. It's made by going further.