Trickle Up

Global anti-poverty nonprofit
Trickle Up is a global anti-poverty nonprofit. We go further to bring breakthrough opportunities to the world’s poorest people.
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2021 Annual Report

With an estimated 97 million more people thrown into extreme poverty and amid the challenges posed by a second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, participants in Trickle Up projects de ...

In Memoriam: Leah Berkowitz (Nchabeleng)

It is with heartfelt sadness, that Trickle Up bids farewell to Leah Berkowitz Nchabeleng, a beloved member of our staff from 2019 until her passing.

Building Women's Resilience in the Face of COVID-19

On IWD we commemorated women's agency and resilience. And we discussed what's next at the intersection of gender & poverty alleviation with a panel of experts.

Harnessing Local Power for Change in Guatemala

Trickle Up was named one of 19 organizations receiving a 2022 grant from UNFCU Foundation. The grant will fund the next phase of Desde el Poder Local.

¡FUERTE! Innovación económica para mujeres indígenas

MetLife Foundation y Trickle Up Américas impulsan el empoderamiento de las mujeres más vulnerables, para que puedan alcanzar una salud financiera estable y sean resilientes econ ...

What Cultivating Resilience Means for Women Living in Extreme Poverty

Trickle Up and BRAC UPGI discuss the importance of resilience and economic and social inclusion programming for women in extreme poverty.

Unidas y Animadas

One savings group in Chiapas, Mexico, is a source of advice, support, friendship, and strength, leaving members feeling united and motivated.

International Women's Day Virtual Panel Event

Join us for a virtual International Women's Day conversation commemorating the agency and resilience women in extreme poverty have demonstrated throughout the pandemic.

Ileana's Dream

Ileana Anaid Sulub Cab is a business owner, a mother, and suddenly her kids' only teacher. In the face of the pandemic, she's been navigating challenges with optimism and resilienc ...

Our Little Bank

Anita Aguilar Cruz is part of a savings group in a remote region of Mexico. The 13 women created a support system for one another through their "little bank."