When a family says they don’t need us anymore, we consider this a success. Some families start their business to survive until they can return home, until their home is liberated from ISIS and free of violence. Other families plan to stay long-term. Whatever their goal, we know we’ve done our job when people are self-sufficient. In some cases, empowerment grant recipients have even used their thriving new business to benefit other ISIS victims!
How do you measure the success of empowerment grants?