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1. Introduction
2. The conceptualisation of the TUP programme
3. Research methodology
4. The Pakistan pilot
4.1. The context of the research
4.2. Programme implementation
4.3. Participants experiences of the Graduation Programme in Sindh
4.4 Explaining project impacts
5. Targeting the ultra-poor in West Bengal, India
5.1. The programme context
5.2. Programme implementation
5.3. Participants’ experiences of the Graduation Programme in West Bengal
5.4. Explaining project impacts
6. Conclusion
7. References
8. Appendix 1
9. Author Details
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Productive Safety Net Women in Extreme Poor-India and Pakistan

Productive Safety Net Women in Extreme Poor-India and Pakistan

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Published by: Sohel Rana on Oct 23, 2012
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