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“Taking control over your resources and life choices!”

Vulnerable groups, such as the very poor, women and marginalized communities often lack the skills, resources and confidence to engage in community decision-making. It may therefore be important to support mechanisms designed to allow poor people to think beyond immediate daily survival and to exercise greater control over both their resources and life choices.

For example, support mechanisms that enable households to make their own decisions around making investments in more productive, but also riskier, activities such as entrepreneurship in order to increase their income, improving their health or children’s education.


More generally, Grace Hope Initiative’s discourse on empowerment (social and economic) centers around three broad areas: a) the promotion of the assets of poor people; b) transformative forms of social protection; and c) skills training.

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