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The Power of Hope is Real by Nicholas Kristof

The New York Times

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We’ve also been featured in:

Salon – Life Lessons from a Global Poverty Hero by Megan Mayhew Berman, Salon

The New York Times – The Power of Hope is Real by Nicholas Kristof, The New York Times

The Wall Street Journal – On the Joys and Challenges of Being a ‘Temporary’ Expat in Kenya by Megan Mayhew Berman, Wall Street Journal

CGAP – The BOMA Project: Building Resiliency in the Arid Lands by Melissa Victor, CGAP Blog

Kevin Starr – Enough Innovation Already, SSIR

Impact Measurement on Salesforce – 7 nonprofits setting the bar for Salesforce-based M&E

The Huffington Post – A Day for All Mothers by Anita Casalina, Huffington Post

Manchester Journal – 10 years after its founding, BOMA wins global acclaim by Kathleen James, The Manchester Journal

The Borgen Project – The BOMA Project: Empowering Women in the Third Worldby Saroja Koneru, The Borgen Project Blog

Kiosks give pastoralist women hope by David Muchui, Business Daily Africa

Rutland Herald – Dorset nonprofit group garners $500k gift, Patrick McArdle, Rutland Herald


Climate-Proofing Poverty Graduation Programs
Climate-Proofing Poverty Graduation Programs

In collaboration with Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Assets and Market Access at the University of California, Davis, a research center funded by USAID,  BOMA is undertaking a five-year randomized controlled trial to test the combination of a successful graduation...

Reflections for Father’s Day
Reflections for Father’s Day

Our amazing co-founder Kura Omar wrote this thoughtful piece about what it means to be a man working to empower women in the drylands of East Africa, and his hopes for his own children this Father's Day. While our program is gender-focused on helping women overcome...

The Data Dilemma: Making Measurement Matter
The Data Dilemma: Making Measurement Matter

Perspective from a Gender-Focused Poverty Intervention Program --The BOMA Project and Vera Solutions Accountability for nonprofits means many things: financial transparency and disclosure, to show that they are good stewards of the funding they rely on to execute...

This is so cool! Ugandan women entrepreneurs doing a 500 person lipdub to Price Tag! https://t.co/24VRSgSFOu Here at @BOMAProject we do micro grants not loans to help women launch… https://t.co/ngQKtXpEQE

Did you know women comprise 56% of 1.7 billion adults globally without access to formal financial services? Gender inequality is more pronounced in Sub-Saharan Africa, where 30% of women… https://t.co/pxhLotvyiW

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