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Join us on Monday, June 9 at 11:00 AM (EDT / GMT – 4) for an e-workshop webinar
“Adopting the Graduation Model to Serve the Ultra Poor”
This webinar will be conducted in English. For our Spanish-speaking colleagues, the Portal de Microfinanzas (@Portal_MF) will be live-tweeting in Spanish the key points and principle issues addressed by the speakers.
Join the director of Fonkoze in Haiti for a conversation about the graduation model, which they began implementing in 2006; the special projects manager of Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation (NWTF) in the Philippines will talk about what potential the graduation model have for their organization. Both will share “what it takes” to adopt the model.
The Graduation Model, developed by BRAC in Bangladesh, targets ultra-poor households (those living on less than $1.25 a day), providing them with a comprehensive package of interventions designed to help them lift themselves out of extreme poverty. This e-workshop will provide insights into how the graduation method works, its role in microfinance, and how organizations can adopt the model.
|Larry Reed, Director (moderator)|
Sadna Samaranayake, Program Manager, Ultra Poor Graduation
Carine Roenen, Director
Raymond Serios, Special Projects Manager
Join us for this exciting discussion to gain a deeper understanding of the Graduation Model and hear from practitioners implementing a graduation program about the challenges, opportunities. and the practical application of the model!
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