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Saving Money, Saving Lives >

by on Mar 19, 2014  |  posted in Populations, Savings, Vulnerable Populations  |  7 Comments

The synergy that exists between development agents that need distribution channels for their messages and groups that want to engage in self and/ or community improvement presents a win-win situation. Saving Money, Saving Lives: …

Next Generation Resilience for Vulnerable Communities >

by on Mar 12, 2014  |  posted in Vulnerable Populations  |  2 Comments

SEEP would like to thank International Business and Technical Consultants (IBTCI) and American University for organizing the symposium “Forging Resilience,” which built on the roundtable discussion “Next Generation Resilience,” a collaboration of the Woodrow Wilson …

Why Measuring Child-Level Impacts Can Help Achieve Lasting Economic Change >

by on Dec 10, 2013  |  posted in Monitoring and Evaluation, Youth  |  0 Comments

Why should economic strengthening (ES) projects monitor and measure how they affect children? Until recently, the development community has largely assumed that greater household economic welfare also leads to improved wellbeing for children. While evidence …

STRIVE Mozambique >

by on Nov 25, 2013  |  posted in Annual Conference, Youth  |  0 Comments

Although Mozambique has maintained steady economic growth since the end of the civil war in 1992, it remains one of the world’s poorest countries.  In Nampula Province, in Northern Mozambique, the majority of the population …

Measuring Child-level Outcomes from Value Chain Interventions: the Case of STRIVE Philippines >

by on Nov 15, 2013  |  posted in Annual Conference, Youth  |  0 Comments

The STRIVE Philippines project (2008-2012) sought to improve the wellbeing of vulnerable households and children by employing a value chain facilitation approach, working in the seaweed  and woven product sectors in Central Visayas, Luzon and …

Agriculture for Children’s Empowerment (Liberia) >

by on Nov 4, 2013  |  posted in Annual Conference, Youth  |  0 Comments

Martha Teah, a pepper farmer in Liberia, was one of the first participants of the Agriculture for Children’s Empowerment (ACE) project.  After attending two trainings on vegetable preservation, Martha organized a group of farmers, composed …

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