Chemin Levi Miyo: Final Evaluation. Mar 2010, Huda, K. & Simanowitz, A.
An evaluation of this pilot project over a 24-month period beginning June 2007.
Chemen Lavi Miyo (CLM)—or Pathway to a Better Life in Haitian Creole—is a program implemented by Fonkoze for the ultra-poor, in partnership with Concern Worldwide, Plan International, and Zanmi Lasante. CLM was piloted over a period of 18 months (June 2007 – December 2008) in the communes of Boukan Kare (Central Plateau), Twoudinò (the Northeast) and Lagonav (an island off the west coast). The CLM pilot was part of the CGAP-Ford Foundation Graduation Program, a global effort to understand how safety nets, livelihoods and microfinance can be sequenced to create pathways for the poorest out of extreme poverty, adapting a methodology developed by BRAC in Bangladesh. This report concludes an evaluation process that has tracked the CLM pilot process over a 24 month period starting in June 2007.
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