Implementing Poverty Alleviation Interventions Among the Ultra-Poor [MTC]:
An NGO is planning to implement a sustainable model for reducing poverty among the poorest of the poor: Which interventions will you choose, how will you implement them, and how will you evaluate the success of your anti-poverty program?
In this case, you'll recommend a poverty alleviation intervention program for an NGO to implement among the poorest of the poor.
(Note: This version of the 'Implementing Poverty Alleviation Interventions Among the Ultra-Poor' case has been modified for use in the Sustainability and Development Master Track program. The original can be found at https://www.learngala.com/cases/c25b9fae-17ff-4109-bedb-90a2f6b7f440)
An NGO in Bangladesh has recruited you to propose a poverty alleviation intervention program for them to implement among the ultra-poor. They've asked you to recommend a course of action for them to pursue, including the interventions they should include with a rationale guiding these interventions, an implementation logic—how the interventions should be sequenced—and criteria for determining if your proposed anti-poverty program is successful or not.