Ultra Poor Graduation


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>> Authored by Shameran Abed, Director, BRAC Microfinance Programme

Shameran Abed, BRAC’s Director of Microfinance, joined the Microfinance CEO Working Group in January. He and BRAC are welcome to additions to this collaboration. He joins the Working Group’s efforts to support the positive development of the microfinance industry and brings tremendous insigShameran Abedht into the discussion around pathways out of poverty.

This month, the results from six randomised controlled trials (RCTs), published in Science magazine highlighted a model of development that is an adaptable and exportable solution able to raise households from the worst forms of destitution and put them on to a pathway of self-reliance. The graduation approach — financial services integrated within a broader set of wrap-around services — is gaining steady recognition for its astonishing ability to transform the lives of the poorest.

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BRAC declares Campaign Commitment to graduate 250,000 households from ultra-poverty


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Join us for an E-Workshop on the Graduation Model June 9 at 11 AM (EDT)


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Global Partnerships in the Post-2015 Agenda


How we can optimize the contribution of the private sector to the achievement of the MDGs and the post-2015 goals? EspañolFrançais Continue reading