BOMA is committed to rigorous research as well as learning from leaders in the poverty graduation space.
STUDIES AND IMPORTANT READING
BOMA has been committed to rigorous monitoring and evaluation of our data as a way to continually improve our program and measure its impact on the lives of women and children in the arid lands. We also learn from and engage with organizations and thought leaders in the poverty graduation and development spaces. Check out our studies, and papers, and reports from those who inspire and guide us.
Summary of the End Line Report on the BOMA Project and Government of Kenya’s Pilot for the Programme for Rural Outreach of Financial Innovations and Technologies (PROFIT)
Complete End Line Report on the BOMA Project and Government of Kenya’s Pilot for the Programme for Rural Outreach of Financial Innovations and Technologies (PROFIT)
Key Findings from the Midline Report on the BOMA Project and Government of Kenya’s PROFIT Financial Graduation Program
Complete Midline Report on theBOMA Project and Government of Kenya’s PROFIT Financial Graduation Program
A Longitudinal Assessment of REAP: a Follow-Up on Program Participants 3-5 Years After Graduation (Executive Summary)
BOMA’s REAP Randomized Controlled Trial Full Impact Report
Increasing Voice, Choice and Agency: An Analysis of BOMA Participants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Funded Cohort
Qualitative Assessment of Household Decision Making.
Feed the Future Livestock Market Systems: Expanding Economic Opportunities.
Impact Matters: BOMA Project Impact Audit
The Financial Agency of Women prepared by IDEO.org with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Turning Promises into Action: Gender Equality in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
World Bank Kenya Economic Update April 2018
The UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Innovations for Poverty Action: Unpacking a Multi-Faceted Program to Build Sustainable Income for the Very Poor
Innovations for Poverty Action: A Multifaceted Program Causes Lasting Progress for the Very Poor. (Summary)
The Economics of Resilience to Drought “Confronting Drought in Africa’s Drylands”
The Global State of Ultra Poverty 2017: A global analysis of the greatest opportunities to end ultra-poverty by 2030.
A Research Collaboration in Kenya Seeks Durable Empowerment for Women.
The World Bank Poverty Initiative.
A Conceptual Model of Women and Girls’ Empowerment.
Innovations for Poverty Action: Comparing Livelihood Approaches.
CGAP: From Extreme Poverty to Sustainable Livelihoods.