The BOMA Project launched in 2005, with the goal of creating pathways out of poverty for women living in the northern drylands. In late 2008, BOMA started implementing REAP, their ultra-poor graduation methodology. This approach’s impact is backed by rigorous research. BOMA scales their approach through direct implementation and strategic partnerships. Since inception, BOMA has directly worked with 21,175 participants. Their average graduation rate per cohort is 94%.
Where We Work
The magenta countries are places where we fund microcredit. Roll over the interactive map with your mouse to see fast facts in each country where we work.