Preview: State of Economic Inclusion Report 2021

The State of Economic Inclusion Report 2021, to be published in several months, will shed light on one of the most stubborn challenges in development: transforming the economic lives of people in extreme poverty and vulnerability. The full report will emerge at a moment of global crisis, amidst the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, which looks set to push more than 80 million people into extreme poverty.

PEI Newsletter May 2019

Edition includes:

  • Naila Kabeer's qualitative research on graduation participants
  • Making graduation programs work for children
  • Skoll World Forum
  • A dozen countries in Sub-Saharan Africa could eliminate poverty
  • Transfer Project Conference
  • Resources and events

PEI Newsletter March 2019

This edition features:

  • Colin Andrews appointed as PEI Program Manager
  • Pakistan launches new ministry and expands commitment to National Poverty Graduation Programme
  • Co-Impact launches new round of funding
  • Seeking economic promise for refugees and Ugandans
  • Ask the experts: Keetie Roelen at IDS on how to foster child-sensitive programming in our economic inclusion projects
  • Resources and events

From Extreme Poverty to Sustainable Livelihoods: A Technical Guide to the Graduation Approach

This technical guide provides a roadmap for those wishing to implement programs based on the graduation approach—an integrated, carefully sequenced, multi-dimensional intervention to address extreme poverty. This second edition of the Guide captures all the lessons learned and good practice from the early stages of graduation implementation but it is especially aimed at government policymakers and social protection agencies that operate at nationwide scale and are seeking to incorporate the graduation approach, or elements of it, into their programs.

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