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...
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...
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....