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Reports on CLM (Chemen Lavi Miyò)

Our Chemen Lavi Miyò (CLM) or “The Pathway to a Better Life” program empowers Haiti’s poorest women to lift themselves and their families out of ultra-poverty and into self-sufficiency, with hope and vision for their futures.

Pathway to Sustained Exit From Extreme Poverty (March 2019)

 

CLM Program: Impact on Children

 

Technique Niveau_A Frame by Agronome CLM

 

Learning Brief: Who Are The Ultra-Poor? (Jan 2019)

 

Baseline Study into the Situation of Ultra-Poor Children (Sept 2018)

 

Poverty, voice and advocacy: a Haitian study

 

To End Poverty by 2030: The Business Case for Investing in Graduation

 

CLMD: 6 Month Extension Analysis

 

Final Report CLMD

 

Targeting Documentation: Steps for Identifying the Ultra Poor for Fonkoze's Chemen Lavi Miyo Program, Karishma Huda

 

Sustaining Graduation: A Review of the CLM Programme in Haiti, Concern Worldwide and Fonkoze (2014)

 

BDI Research Brief: "Graduating out of extreme poverty: who succeeds?", Karishma Huda, Sandeep Kaur, Anasuya Sengupta, Nicolina Lamhauge (2011)

 

Overview of Fonkoze's Chemen Lavi Miyo, Micro-Credit Ratings International Ltd.

 

CLM: 24-Month Evaluation

 

A graduation pathway for Haiti's poorest: Lessons learned from Fonkoze

 

Widening the Exit Doors: Lessons from Fonkoze, CLM

 

Kraze Barye Lamize: Sa nou aprann nan pwogram CLM Fonkoze

Other Technical Reports

Read Their Stories

"I am so happy to finally be able to hold a pencil the right way. I’m learning letters, making words and signing my name.”

-Melusiane Ducatel

 

Read their stories of triumph and struggle; get to know some of the strongest, bravest and hardworking women we know!

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1900 L Street NW, Ste 304

Washington, DC 20036

Fonkoze USA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Tax ID: 52-2022113

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Technical Reports

Learn about our research, progress, results and more.

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Reports on CLM (Chemen Lavi Miyò)

Our Chemen Lavi Miyò (CLM) or “The Pathway to a Better Life” program empowers Haiti’s poorest women to lift themselves and their families out of ultra-poverty and into self-sufficiency, with hope and vision for their futures.

Pathway to Sustained Exit From Extreme Poverty (March 2019)

 

CLM Program: Impact on Children

 

Technique Niveau_A Frame by Agronome CLM

 

Learning Brief: Who Are The Ultra-Poor? (Jan 2019)

 

Baseline Study into the Situation of Ultra-Poor Children (Sept 2018)

 

Poverty, voice and advocacy: a Haitian study

 

To End Poverty by 2030: The Business Case for Investing in Graduation

 

CLMD: 6 Month Extension Analysis

 

Final Report CLMD

 

Targeting Documentation: Steps for Identifying the Ultra Poor for Fonkoze's Chemen Lavi Miyo Program, Karishma Huda

 

Sustaining Graduation: A Review of the CLM Programme in Haiti, Concern Worldwide and Fonkoze (2014)

 

BDI Research Brief: "Graduating out of extreme poverty: who succeeds?", Karishma Huda, Sandeep Kaur, Anasuya Sengupta, Nicolina Lamhauge (2011)

 

Overview of Fonkoze's Chemen Lavi Miyo, Micro-Credit Ratings International Ltd.

 

CLM: 24-Month Evaluation

 

A graduation pathway for Haiti's poorest: Lessons learned from Fonkoze

 

Widening the Exit Doors: Lessons from Fonkoze, CLM

 

Kraze Barye Lamize: Sa nou aprann nan pwogram CLM Fonkoze

Other Technical Reports

Read Their Stories

"I am so happy to finally be able to hold a pencil the right way. I’m learning letters, making words and signing my name.”

-Melusiane Ducatel

 

Read their stories of triumph and struggle; get to know some of the strongest, bravest and hardworking women we know!

Donate Today

Get Updates

Learn More

STAY CONNECTED TO FONKOZE

Fonkoze USA
1900 L Street NW, Ste 304

Washington, DC 20036

Fonkoze USA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Tax ID: 52-2022113

Copyright © 2022 Fonkoze USA.  All Rights Reserved.

Technical Reports

Learn about our research, progress, results and more.

»

Reports on CLM (Chemen Lavi Miyò)

Our Chemen Lavi Miyò (CLM) or “The Pathway to a Better Life” program empowers Haiti’s poorest women to lift themselves and their families out of ultra-poverty and into self-sufficiency, with hope and vision for their futures.

Pathway to Sustained Exit From Extreme Poverty (March 2019)

 

CLM Program: Impact on Children

 

Technique Niveau_A Frame by Agronome CLM

 

Learning Brief: Who Are The Ultra-Poor? (Jan 2019)

 

Baseline Study into the Situation of Ultra-Poor Children (Sept 2018)

 

Poverty, voice and advocacy: a Haitian study

 

To End Poverty by 2030: The Business Case for Investing in Graduation

 

CLMD: 6 Month Extension Analysis

 

Final Report CLMD

 

Targeting Documentation: Steps for Identifying the Ultra Poor for Fonkoze's Chemen Lavi Miyo Program, Karishma Huda

 

Sustaining Graduation: A Review of the CLM Programme in Haiti, Concern Worldwide and Fonkoze (2014)

 

BDI Research Brief: "Graduating out of extreme poverty: who succeeds?", Karishma Huda, Sandeep Kaur, Anasuya Sengupta, Nicolina Lamhauge (2011)

 

Overview of Fonkoze's Chemen Lavi Miyo, Micro-Credit Ratings International Ltd.

 

CLM: 24-Month Evaluation

 

A graduation pathway for Haiti's poorest: Lessons learned from Fonkoze

 

Widening the Exit Doors: Lessons from Fonkoze, CLM

 

Kraze Barye Lamize: Sa nou aprann nan pwogram CLM Fonkoze

Other Technical Reports

Read Their Stories

"I am so happy to finally be able to hold a pencil the right way. I’m learning letters, making words and signing my name.”

-Melusiane Ducatel

 

Read their stories of triumph and struggle; get to know some of the strongest, bravest and hardworking women we know!

Donate Today

Get Updates

Learn More

STAY CONNECTED TO FONKOZE

Fonkoze USA
1900 L Street NW, Ste 304

Washington, DC 20036

 

Fonkoze USA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Tax ID: 52-2022113

 

Copyright © 2022 Fonkoze USA.  All Rights Reserved.

Technical Reports

»

Reports on CLM

Our Chemen Lavi Miyò (CLM) or “The Pathway to a Better Life” program empowers Haiti’s poorest women to lift themselves and their families out of ultra-poverty and into self-sufficiency, with hope and vision for their futures.

Pathway to Sustained Exit From Extreme Poverty (March 2019)

 

CLM Program: Impact on Children

 

Technique Niveau_A Frame by Agronome CLM

 

Learning Brief: Who Are The Ultra-Poor? (Jan 2019)

 

Baseline Study into the Situation of Ultra-Poor Children (Sept 2018)

 

Poverty, voice and advocacy: a Haitian study

 

To End Poverty by 2030: The Business Case for Investing in Graduation

 

CLMD: 6 Month Extension Analysis

 

Final Report CLMD

 

Targeting Documentation: Steps for Identifying the Ultra Poor for Fonkoze's Chemen Lavi Miyo Program, Karishma Huda

 

Sustaining Graduation: A Review of the CLM Programme in Haiti, Concern Worldwide and Fonkoze (2014)

 

BDI Research Brief: "Graduating out of extreme poverty: who succeeds?", Karishma Huda, Sandeep Kaur, Anasuya Sengupta, Nicolina Lamhauge (2011)

 

Overview of Fonkoze's Chemen Lavi Miyo, Micro-Credit Ratings International Ltd.

 

CLM: 24-Month Evaluation

 

A graduation pathway for Haiti's poorest: Lessons learned from Fonkoze

 

Widening the Exit Doors: Lessons from Fonkoze, CLM

 

Kraze Barye Lamize: Sa nou aprann nan pwogram CLM Fonkoze

Other Technical Reports

Read Their Stories

"I am so happy to finally be able to hold a pencil the right way. I’m learning letters, making words and signing my name.” -Melusiane Ducatel

 

Read their stories of triumph and struggle; get to know some of the strongest, bravest and hardworking women we know!

Donate Today

Get Updates

Learn More

STAY CONNECTED TO FONKOZE

Fonkoze USA
1900 L Street NW, Ste 304

Washington, DC 20036

Copyright © 2022 Fonkoze USA.  All Rights Reserved.