Updated Jan 16, 2018

Ultra Poor Graduation Approach

Part of BRAC

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Dristy Shrestha

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Snapshot

Stage 6: Sustainable Scale

Focus Areas:

Agriculture, Education, Gender and 5 MoreSEE MORE

Agriculture, Education, Gender, Health, Youth, Research, Resilience and Social and Behavior ChangeSEE LESS

Implemented In:

Uganda, South Sudan, Pakistan and 3 MoreSEE MORE

Uganda, South Sudan, Pakistan, Kenya, Bangladesh and AfghanistanSEE LESS

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Countries Implemented In

Innovation Description

The Ultra Poor Graduation Approach is a comprehensive, time-bound and sequenced set of interventions designed to graduate households from ultra poverty into sustainable livelihoods. Pioneered by BRAC in 2002, it has been scaled in Bangladesh, where 1.7 million households (approximately 6.8 million people) have graduated over the past 15 years with a 95% success rate. It is a proven, well-researched, replicable, and scalable integrated development approach to address the needs of the global poor.

Milestones

Sep 2017
Recognition ReceivedVERIFIED
Featured Innovator
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Created
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New Country Implemented In
Afghanistan
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New Country Implemented In
Pakistan
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New Country Implemented In
South Sudan
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New Country Implemented In
Uganda