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Sarah Cummings posted Information 2 February 2017

Published on 13 December 2016, the Annual Action Programme for Bangladesh aims to contribute to the creation of sustained pathway

From12 September 2016
in 1049 Bruxelles (Belgium)
Organised byDEVCO Unit B3, CGAP and the Ford Foundation

This lunchtime conference [1] concerns the Graduation model, based on
BRAC’s work in Bangladesh, has proven to be successful in building
sustainable livelihoods and “graduating” people out of extreme
poverty. CGAP and the Ford Foundation have been implementing and testing
the model in different countries over the last ten years. Intensive impact
assessments (conducted through randomized control trials) indicate long
term food security of participants, increased earnings and assets,
improvements in general wellbeing, and graduation out of extreme poverty
for the overwhelming majority of beneficiaries. 


Andreea Goncalves uploaded a new Document 11 October 2015
From16 November 2015
in London (United Kingdom)
Organised byThe Brooke

As the first international event of its kind, the conference will provide a
rare opportunity to put the welfare and contributions of non-food producing
livestock such as working horses, donkeys and mules on the international
livestock policy agenda.