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Â In this concluding blog post in the Pakistan blog series we feature a short film on Alla Rukhi a Graduation Program participant at Indus Earth Trust (IET) who has managed to transform the trajectory of her household. The film highlights that a grant–as small as three goats and a sewing machine, the right program …
This article on domestic violence in Haiti echoes much of BRAC Development Instituteâs qualitative research findings suggesting that women with no men in the household tend to be at a disadvantage, but female-headed households are still better placed than households with abusive men.
Susan Davis Huffington Post Article on What It Will Take to ‘Graduate’ 1.2 Billion People Out of Extreme Poverty
Susan Davis, BRAC USA, writes in the Huffington Post about how to “graduate” people out of extreme poverty through a rigorously tested sequencing of events.
Nicolina Lamhauge worked as a Research Associate at the BRAC Development Institute in Dhaka, Bangladesh from 2008â2010. In her role, she monitored pilot projects in Pakistan and India, and was responsible for the qualitative research in Sindh, Pakistan. She is currently at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Environment Directorate, where she works …
I am Lalchand Luhana and I work at Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) where I am responsible for managing the implementation of a randomized controlled trial (RCT) impact evaluation of the Pakistan Graduation Project. The RCT is taking place in the following pilot sites: Aga Khan Building and Planning Services Pakistan (AKPBS), Badin Rural Development …
Read Steve Werlinâs new post to learn more on the conflict between developing an asset base and income through the story of Monique and her eldest son Jean Ken:
New blog on the recent After Hours Seminar, “Lessons Learned From Sequenced, Integrated Strategies of Economic Strengthening of the Poorest.”
The Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF) is a not-for-profit company and represents an innovative model of public private partnership to target the poor and extremely poor rural and urban communities across Pakistan. Special thanks goes to the knowledge managementÂ teamÂ of theÂ Livelihood Enhancement and ProtectionÂ (LEP)Â unit forÂ contributing toÂ this blog post: Ms Munazza Ali, Ms. Saman Rubab, Ms. …
“When MartiniĂ¨re stood up in the hospital [to get me a bed], it was a really big deal. Since then, my family sees me as someone who really matters.”
Partnerships for Healthcare in Haiti
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