Monday, June 9, 2014 11:00 am EST
This e-workshop will focus on the Graduation Model developed by BRAC, which targets the ultra-poor (living under $1.25 a day) and provides them with a comprehensive package of interventions designed to help them lift themselves out of extreme poverty. This session will provide insights into how the graduation method works, its role in microfinance, and how organizations can adopt the model.
Moderated by Larry Reed, Director of the Microcredit Summit Campaign, the session will feature Sadna Samaranayake, Program Manager of the Ultra Poor Graduation at BRAC USA who will speak on the Graduation Model process, Fonkoze Director Carine Roenen, who has been implementing the model through Fonkoze’s Chemen Lavi Miyo program since 2006, and Raymond Serios, Special Projects Manager at Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation (NWTF) in the Philippines, who are looking at adopting the model.
Join us for this exciting discussion!
To register, please follow this link: Adopting the Graduation Model to Serve the Ultra Poor