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Martin Greeley - Research Fellow

Rural Futures; Digital and Technology
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E: m.greeley@ids.ac.uk

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A review of literature on the impact of labour regulations and anti-discrimination legislation on gender quality in employment in developing countries.

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IDS publications on international development research

Haiti: Who are the Ultra Poor? Fonkoze’s Programme for the Ultra Poor

The results testify to the ultra poverty of CLM households. They underline the importance of the graduation model in addressing poverty in Haiti and the case for its incorporation within the national social protection framework More details

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Poverty, voice and advocacy: a Haitian study

Over the past ten years, Fonkoze (a non-profit organisation in Haiti) has adapted the 'graduation' model of lifting families out of extreme poverty through its Chemen Lavi Miyò (CLM) or 'pathway to a better life' programme. Yet despite international recognition for this approach, Fonkoze’s work is little known within Haitian policy circles on social protection and poverty. More details

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Developing a Research Agenda for CLM, Fonkoze's Graduation Programme for the Extreme Poor in Haiti

Graduation programmes offer ultra poor families an integrated package of tailored interventions. These interventions work together to help the families develop the economic, social and psychological assets they need to remove themselves from the worst of extreme poverty within 18-24 months and to enable themselves to continue to progress even after the intervention is over. More details

This is the cover for IDS Bulletin 44.2, 'Real Time Monitoring for the Most Vulnerable'.

Real Time Monitoring for the Most Vulnerable

IDS Bulletin 44.2 (2013)

Developing real time information streams is about new ways of collecting traditional data, and of facilitating the sharing of existing data and knowledge across sectors and institutions. More details

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Context-Specific and Project-Induced Risk: Designing Projects for Promoting Resilient Livelihoods

IDS Bulletin 41.6 (2010)

Agriculture based projects can rarely operate without having a significant impact on their participants' exposure to risk. If participant risk is not adequately considered and addressed in a project's design, there can be negative implications for the project's outcome. More details

Thematic Expertise:
Agriculture; Aid; Conflict Violence and Security; Microfinance; Globalisation; Digital technologies and ICTs; Poverty; Urbanisation.

Related Programmes and Centres:
Centre for Social Protection.

Geographic Expertise:
Central and South Asia; Afghanistan; Bangladesh; Haiti; India; Kenya; Mozambique; Nepal; Pakistan; Sri Lanka; Tanzania; Uganda.