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The Value of Time Travel: MERS through the ages >

by on Feb 22, 2017  |  posted in Populations, Post-Disaster, Vulnerable Populations  |  0 Comments

In 2002, for the first time in my life, I stepped into an office in Kissidougou, Guinea as a team leader – the new Livelihoods Program Coordinator. I walked into a small cement block office …

“How Do You Like Us Now?” Soliciting Feedback for the Minimum Economic Recovery Standards, 3rd Edition >

by on Dec 14, 2016  |  posted in Populations, Vulnerable Populations  |  0 Comments

View & Download Presentation Click here to learn more about the Minimum Economic Recovery Standards The Minimum Economic Recovery Standards (MERS), a companion to the Sphere Handbook, are an industry consensus on economic recovery for the humanitarian …

Promoting Inclusiveness in Savings Groups: Participation of Disabled Populations >

by on Oct 28, 2016  |  posted in Populations, Savings, Vulnerable Populations  |  0 Comments

View & Download Presentation Questions & Answers Video: Explore SILC, an Inclusive Experience in CRS Dominican Republic The webinar, including representatives of Norwegian Association of Disabled (NAD) and Catholic Relief Services (CRS), demonstrated how persons with disabilities …

Insights on The Inequality Debate from #SEEP2016 >

The wealth of the richest people in the world continues to disproportionately increase by the billions. As a result, today’s global economy is unequal, only really working for the few at the very top. During …

For Youth, Access To Financial Services Doesn’t Always Amount To Continued Use: Thoughts from #SEEP2016 >

This blog post originally appeared on the Microlinks Financing Growth Blog. We are pleased to share it here with the SEEP Community. Establishing long-term behavior change and habits in youth—especially when it comes to finance—is tricky business. …

Bridging The Income Inequality Gap: Thoughts from #SEEP2016 >

by on Sep 29, 2016  |  posted in Annual Conference, Populations  |  0 Comments

This blog post originally appeared on the Microlinks Financing Growth Blog. We are pleased to share it here with the SEEP Community. “Does growing inequality threaten our ability to obtain sustainable poverty reduction? What are the implications …

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