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Stories of targeting: process documentation of selecting the ultra poor for CFPR/TUP programme
The targeting process for the CFPR/TUP (Challenging the Frontiers of Poverty Reduction - Targeting the Ultra Poor) progranune brings together diverse strands of knowledge on ·poverty (indigenous, local, progranunatic, and ...
Health domain of the ultra poor: an exploration
There has been an increasing amount of materials surrounding health-seeking behaviour in recent years. However, a relatively small proportion of literature has focused upon health behaviours and types of health services ...
Exploring changes in the lives of the ultra poor: an exploratory study on CFPR/TUP members
Since January 2002, BRAC has started a new experimental programme for the ultra poor called, 'Challenging the Frontiers of Poverty Reduction/Targeting the Ultra Poor' (CFPRffUP). This programme targets the ultra poor who ...
Sector scan of TUP enterprises: identifying determinants of sustainability
A key objective of the CFPR-TUP programme to assist the ultra poor is the development of sustainable livelihoods, through the transfer of assets and skills to specially targeted ultra poor members for income generation. ...
Customized development interventions for the ultra-poor: preliminary change assessments of health and health-seeking behaviour
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2004-11)
Process documentation of selecting the ultra poor for CFPR/TUP Programme
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2003-07)
ll1e targeting process for the CFPR/TUP programme aims to bring together diverse strands of knowledge on poverty (indigenous, local, programmatic and academic) in identifying and selecting CFPR/TUP beneficiaries (tvfatin ...