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Reduce global poverty through economic self-empowerment. Sorenson-Unitus Ultra Poor Initiative. Understanding Poverty. Meet Shamim. Meet Geeta. Unstable, makeshift housing. No productive assets. Hard manual labor. Begging. One meal per day. Children unable to attend school ….

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Conventional Interventions

Relief / Aid

Housing

Water

Government Safety Nets

Food Security

our goal
Our Goal
  • Reduce cost
  • Increase diversity
  • Reduce complexity
  • Improve sustainability

Increase replication

Reach the 1.4 billion living in ultra poverty

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Map of Initiatives

PnP-UPP (Urban)

UPna sapna (Rural)

SKS-UPP (Rural)

Kriti Vaaradhi (Urban)

Equitas Birds Nest (Urban)

secondary services to maximize benefit
Secondary services to maximize benefit

Financial Literacy

Healthcare

implications
Implications

If …

Then …

Ultra poor can increase earnings

Livelihoods introduced first

Ultra poor can pay for critical services (food, healthcare, education)

Earnings stabilize

Service delivery can take a sustainable approach

Capacity to pay for support services

If activities are self-sustaining

Long term and scalable impact is possible

next generation of impact
Next Generation of Impact
  • Unitus Labs
  • Open source: Case studies, dissemination
  • SKS NGO: Flexible Loan
  • Equitas: Higher-Income Livelihoods
  • Upaya Social Ventures
  • Developing business solutions to attack ultra poverty