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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Partnering for Women’s Economic Inclusion in Rural Colombia

With support from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, we're partnering with Colombian NGOs to strengthen their coaching capacity and deliver economic inclusion programs to rural women ...

Women’s Solidarity to End Poverty and Fight Climate Change

On International Women’s Day, join us for an expert discussion on solutions, rooted in solidarity, to address poverty, climate change & gender inequality.

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.

International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

With 10% of the world's population living in extreme poverty, MetLife Foundation and Trickle Up are committed to building economic and social opportunities for marginalized people.

Giving Forward

Our participants from across the world share their experiences with Trickle Up programs and the resilient pathways they were able to forge to transform their situations.

PATH

Building Sustainable Pathways out of Extreme Poverty for Unemployed Youth (PATH) seeks to support 600 people living in extreme poverty between 16-30 years old in Sololá, Guatemala ...

Dia Internacional de los Pueblos Indígenas

On International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we joined MetLife Foundation to reaffirm our commitment to the social & economic inclusion of indigenous communities.

EQUALS Digital Literacy Curriculum

Trickle Up teamed up with AVSI Uganda to test two approaches for women’s digital literacy and inclusion. The curriculum is now available for open source use.

Desde el Poder Local - Phase II

Desde el Poder Local combines livelihood development with key interventions in reproductive health to deepen the impact of both.

Meet Mariela

In Guatemala, Mariela revisits her business model and finds a new way to support her family through the pandemic with Trickle Up's small business support.