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A recap: the contents, and discontents, of Graduation

Development Pathways has launched a blog series entitled “the Contents - and Discontents - of Graduation” in order to further debate the pros and cons of graduation strategies.  Over the last five weeks, Development Pathways will host a weekly blog from practitioners and academics; advocates and critics; government implementers and NGOs.

This summary blog is written by Karishma Huda, a Senior Social Policy Specialist at Development Pathways, and former Research Manager for the CGAP-Ford Graduation programmes.

 

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The Graduation Pilot in Ethiopia – The sought after dream of ‘sustainable livelihoods’

Development Pathways has launched a blog series entitled “the Contents - and Discontents - of Graduation” in order to further debate the pros and cons of graduation strategies.  Over the next six weeks, Development Pathways will host a weekly blog from practitioners and academics; advocates and critics; government implementers and NGOs.

This blog is written by Anasuya Sengupta, a Senior Researcher for the CGAP – Ford Foundation Graduation Program. 

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Graduation in Public Policy: Challenges and trends

Development Pathways has launched a blog series entitled “the Contents - and Discontents - of Graduation” in order to further debate the pros and cons of graduation strategies.  Over the next six weeks, Development Pathways will host a weekly blog from practitioners and academics; advocates and critics; government implementers and NGOs.

This blog is written by Tatiana Rincón, Latin America Coordinator for Fundación Capital's Graduation Project and Austine Gasnier, Micro-entrepreneurship Specialist at Fundación Capital

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Graduation and Social Protection

Development Pathways has launched a blog series entitled “the Contents - and Discontents - of Graduation” in order to further debate the pros and cons of graduation strategies.  Over the next six weeks, Development Pathways will host a weekly blog from practitioners and academics; advocates and critics; government implementers and NGOs.

This blog is written by Nicholas Freeland, an independent consultant. Nicholas graduated definitively from Cambridge University in 1978; but, in spite of (or perhaps because of) a lengthy subsequent career as a development consultant, he still doesn't feel that he has graduated from poverty.

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Graduation into Social Protection: access to social assistance, not off of it, is critical for the ultrapoor

Development Pathways has launched a blog series entitled “the Contents - and Discontents - of Graduation” in order to further debate the pros and cons of graduation strategies.  Over the next six weeks, Development Pathways will host a weekly blog from practitioners and academics; advocates and critics; government implementers and NGOs.

This blog is written by Janet Heisey, Director of Technical and Strategic Alliances at Trickle Up. She’s contemplating graduation from summertime flip flops into fall fleece, but isn’t sure she’s ready.

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Dangerous Habits of Thought: why I fear ‘graduation’ and ‘resilience’

Development Pathways has launched a blog series entitled “the Contents - and Discontents - of Graduation” in order to further debate the pros and cons of graduation strategies.  Over the next six weeks, Development Pathways will host a weekly blog from practitioners and academics; advocates and critics; government implementers and NGOs.

This blog is written by Naomi Hossain, a Research Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies. She thought resilience was something to do with yoga, but now she knows it just means ignoring what hurts.

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