Pro-Poor Principles

Principle 1: Purposeful Outreach to People Living in Conditions of Poverty
Principle 2: Services that Meet the Needs of People Living in Conditions of Poverty
Principle 3: Tracking Progress of People Living in Conditions of Poverty

Each of the Pro-Poor Principles above consists of four categories:

  • Intent and Strategy
    • Does the organization have a plan to reach its goals?
  • Measurement, Data Quality, and Analysis
    • Does the organization use systematic data collection in its work?
  • Results Achieved
    • Does the organization deliver on its plans?
  • Use of Findings
    • Does the organization react to information it collects and adapt to get better?
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