Evaluation of the Skills, Income and Livelihoods in Karamoja programme
This is the evaluation report of Concern's SILK programme in Uganda.
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With the growth of graduation programmes (integrated livelihood programmes that aim to create sustainable pathways out of extreme and chronic poverty) being implemented worldwide, how we actually measure ‘graduation’ from extreme poverty is a subject high on the agenda.
This is something we have discussed at great depth within Concern Worldwide, where we are currently implementing seven programmes that adopt a graduation approach.
This guidance note is targeted at programme colleagues responsible for designing, implementing and monitoring graduation programmes and is intended to help when deciding how to measure and communicate graduation rates within your programme.
Measuring Graduation - A guidance note|PDF(1 MB)