Are we making progress on global poverty?

Are we making progress on global poverty?

At the BOMA Project, our mission is to help vulnerable people in some of the world’s poorest and most remote regions–the drylands of Africa–become self-sufficient and forge their own paths out of extreme poverty. Our proven poverty graduation model...
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...
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...