Trickle Up

“Child Protective Effects of a Household Economic Strengthening Programme, combined with a Child Rights Intervention”


Programme to be evaluated: The Trickle Up Programme

This is a micro-economic intervention including livelihood planning, training and coaching, seed capital grants, and savings group formation for female caregivers, with an added component of sensitization on child rights and protection issues

Implementing agencies: Trickle Up, Burkina Faso; Aide aux Enfants et aux Familles Démunies (ADEFAD), Burkina Faso

Evaluation methodology: Three-arm Randomized Control Trial (RCT) and qualitative component

Evaluating agencies: University of Chicago (school of Social Service Administration), Women’s Refugee Commission

Principal investigators: Leyla Ismayilova (University of Chicago)

Duration: October 2013 – February 2016 (27 months)

Grant amount: € 127,100 [Total evaluation budget: € 286,012]