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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


Making a Difference for Mothers
Making a Difference for Mothers

This Mother's Day, BOMA is celebrating a major milestone. We have now impacted 105,624 women and children since we launched in 2009. Participants in our two-year, holistic poverty graduation program are earning incomes, feeding their families, accumulating savings,...

The Power of Hope is Real by Nicholas Kristof
The Power of Hope is Real by Nicholas Kristof

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The Proven Solution to Ending Extreme Poverty
The Proven Solution to Ending Extreme Poverty

Do poverty graduation programs increase resilience for ultra-poor populations better than other types of interventions? Findings from a 3-year randomized control trial confirm that long-term positive effects of graduation outpace those of cash or asset transfer only....

In Turbi and Bubisa, BOMA business women are thriving with diverse businesses like raising livestock, selling vegetables, and running a retail store for shoes and fabric, earning incomes & supporting their families. @vibrant_village #endpoverty #globalgoals #empoweringwomen

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