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Every Little Step Helps: How SHGs are Stepping Up to Provide Relief in Times of Covid-19

Kalyani Raghunathan (International Food Policy Research Institute) and Avijit Choudhury (Professional Assistance for Development Action) | Jun 10, 2020

Delivery of dry ration kits to beneficiaries in Bihar/ photo credit: PRADAN
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Gender Gap Narrowing “Bank Sakhis” Take Crucial G2P Support the Last Mile During COVID-19

Alreena Pinto (World Bank) & Amit Arora (World Bank) | Jun 4, 2020

A bank sakhi at work
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It’s time to take note of the Self Help Groups’ potential

Bidisha Barooah (International Initiative for Impact Evaluation), Ritwik Sarkar (International Initiative for Impact Evaluation) & Zeba Siddiqui (International Initiative for Impact Evaluation) | Jun 2, 2020

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Can Covid-19 provide opportunities to strengthen the SHG movement?

Kaliat Ammu Sanyal (Initiative for What Works to Advance Women and Girls in the Economy) | Jun 1, 2020

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Empowering women through Self-Help Groups: Evidence of effectiveness, questions of scale

Thomas de Hoop (American Institutes for Research) & Stuti Tripathi (International Initiative for Impact Evaluation) | Mar 8, 2020

Empowering women: are Self-Help Groups making a difference?
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Empowering women through National Rural Livelihoods Mission

Ritwik Sarkar & Zeba Siddiqui (International Initiative for Impact Evaluation) | Mar 8, 2020

Empowering women through National Rural Livelihoods Mission
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Women’s groups may be important for economic and social development: but we need a stronger evidence base to inform implementation and scale-up

Sapna Desai (Population Council) & Thomas de Hoop (American Institutes for Research) | Mar 4, 2020

Women of PRADAN promoted self help groups during a meeting in Sundari village, Jharkhand, India, on April 19, 2015.