Plenary- Going the Extra Mile: From Safety Nets to Pathways out of Poverty _Syed Hashemi
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  • microfinance alone is insufficient for the pooresthealth serviceslivelihoodssocial developmentFinancial education
  • More than one income sourceMinimum amount of savingsAt least two cooked mealsKnowledge of social and health issuesNormal ‘haemoglobin’ levelsChildren in schoolParticipation in welfare schemesSelf-confidence and future plan

Plenary- Going the Extra Mile: From Safety Nets to Pathways out of Poverty _Syed Hashemi Plenary- Going the Extra Mile: From Safety Nets to Pathways out of Poverty _Syed Hashemi Presentation Transcript

  • BDI: Who we are CGAP-FORD FOUNDATION GRADUATION PROGRAM: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED SO FAR Syed M. Hashemi October 2013
  • Conventional do we need Graduation? Why Pathways are Not Enough Microcredit does not generally reach the poorest Destitute Extreme Moderate Poor Poor Vulnerable Non-Poor Non-Poor Wealthy
  • How the Model Works The Graduation Model
  • Graduation Criteria Graduation Criteria • • • • • $$ Food Education Health Self-confidence
  • Graduation Rates and Scale-Up: rates CGAP-Ford Graduation Fonkoze 150 participants (2006-2008) 96% Graduation rate Scale up: 2,050 families
  • Graduation Rates and Scale-Up: rates CGAP-Ford Graduation SKS 426 participants (2007-2009) 97% Graduation rate Scale up: 2,707 families