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Graduation in an Urban Refugee Context: A Technical Guide
By: Lippi L.,Taylor-Grosman A.
Guide to the design and implementation of Graduation for refugees and their host communities in urban and peri-urban areas.
Economic Inclusion of the Poorest Refugees
By: de Montesquiou A., Hashemi S., Heisey J., Ayoubi Z.
Adapting the Graduation Approach for the comprehensive economic inclusion of refugees living in extreme poverty.
A Guide to Market-Based Livelihood Interventions for Refugees
By: Nutz N.
A guide to build the nexus between humanitarian and development actions.
From Extreme Poverty to Sustainable Livelihoods: A Technical Guide to the Graduation Approach
By: de Montesquiou A., Sheldon T. with DeGiovanni F., & Hashemi S.
Lessons from the 10 CGAP-Ford Foundation graduation pilots implemented from 2008-2014.
Leaving No One Behind: Graduation for Refugees
By: Kuhle H., Taylor-Grosman A., Mitchell A.
Applying the Graduation Approach to increase self-reliance and resilience among refugees and their host communities.
Refugee Compacts: Addressing the Crisis of Protracted Displacement
By: IRC & CGD
Examining good practice in humanitarian and development responses to large-scale crises and looking for opportunities for innovation where those responses intersect.
Building Stable Livelihoods For the Ultra-Poor
By: Fahey A.
Results from seven randomized evaluations of the Graduation Approach that found lasting positive impact.
By: The World Bank Group
Toward a Development Approach Supporting Refugees, the Internally Displaced, and Their Hosts