For many rural families in developing economies, a single drought or flood can create immediate economic distress as well as lingering effects that can last generations. Even the risk of these disasters can create lasting hardship. Recent evidence shows that effectively managing these...
08 May 2020 | Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Markets, Risk and
This research brief looks at the benefits and
comparative advantages of the group model for youth in agriculture in northern Uganda as well as
the possible challenges associated with youth
04 Mar 2020 | NCBA CLUSA, Overseas Development Institute
This report presents findings from the Partnership for Economic Inclusion's 2017 graduation landscaping survey and presents an overview, identifies trends, and provides analysis of implementations of graduation approaches.
This USAID report to Congress in 2018 discusses USAID's shift away from traditional microfinance and moving toward other approaches for poverty alleviation, including the graduation approach, microcredit, and savings products.
This article examines the community response to Cyclone Haruna in Madagascar, and how this response was strengthened by a community-level population, health, and environment program in the affected regions.
31 Jan 2020 | Vikas Mohan, Karen Hardee, Caroline Savitzky