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Discover how the Graduation Approach is transforming the lives of refugees

Refugees want to return home to resume their lives and their work. But in fact most remain displaced for years in host countries, many of which are already struggling to address poverty. Without support to help earn a livelihood, refugees face extreme poverty and remain dependent on under-resourced host countries and humanitarian programs.  

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11.6 of 22.5 million refugees worldwide live in protracted emergency situations lasting more than 5 years

84% of refugees are hosted in developing countries

The Graduation Approach helps refugees build self-reliance with a step-by-step process that starts with cash assistance to put food on the table, supports livelihoods to generate income, and helps refugees build critical connections to peers and services.

The Graduation Approach helps refugees build self-reliance with a step-by-step process that starts with cash assistance to put food on the table, supports livelihoods to generate income, and helps refugees build critical connections to peers and services.

Partnerships

Trickle Up is bringing together humanitarian organizations, economic development actors, funders, and researchers to build a community focused on continuous learning and adaptation of the Graduation Approach for displaced populations.  Together we seek to help refugees create sustainable livelihoods and brighter futures.

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