Knowledge Matters: Graduation

Knowledge Matters: Graduation

07 May 2014

The graduation approach uses a series of interventions (such as agriculture, micro-finance, cash transfers, skills trainings and asset transfers, and business development services) to support a path out of extreme poverty. There are five essential components in our graduation model.

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Developing appropriate tools that can measure the graduation programme is problematic. At the core is ensuring that our programme participants have reached a certain minimum standard of living that represents an improvement in their assets and returns on these assets, addresses inequality (for instance by ensuring marginalised groups are taking part in community functions as equals) and ensuring they have a certain level of resilience to future shocks.

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Knowledge Matters: Graduation

The graduation approach uses a series of interventions (such as agriculture, micro-finance, cash transfers, skills trainings and asset transfers, and business development services) to support a path out of extreme poverty.