The Impact

Level
RED
YELLOW
GREEN

Poverty Stoplight has reached thousands of people through its methodology.

58,000

Poverty Stoplight surveys have been administered worldwide.

6,000

Paraguayan families surpassed all 50 indicators of poverty and managed to turn green all the yellows and reds of their stoplight.

30,000

Paraguayan families overcame poverty in terms of income generation.

97%

of the Paraguayan families exceeded the income poverty line, that is to say, were able to generate enough revenue to cover its poverty gap for each family member.

MORE THAN 50 ORGANIZATIONS IN OVER 20 COUNTRIES

have adapted or implemented the Poverty Stoplight methodology in their programs and projects

Moving from thousands to millions.

In addition, our international partners from development institutions, social organizations, private companies and the public sector have started to replicate this methodology in accordance with our scale-up strategy.

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Success Stories

Poverty Stoplight in Companies

Only a happy worker can give 100% in a company! Find out how the Poverty Stoplight is implemented with the staff of both big and small companies. ...

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The Poverty Stoplight in South Africa

The Poverty Stoplight is being implemented in South Africa thanks to our Hub - the Poverty Stoplight Office of South Africa - in Cape Town. Through th...

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Gamification for Poverty Elimination

To leave poverty behind, a key strategy that we use at Poverty Stoplight, is to invite families to compete in contests to improve their lives. Two of ...

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Testimonials

With the Poverty Stoplight we could see how to save and the benefits it has. Now we have noticed what position we are in, when looking at my Life Map I see that I'm no longer red or yellow in many things, I'm green and I feel a great joy.
Zelma, South Africa
Small business owner in Cape Town, Clothing Bank client
It took me 20 minutes to fill in this questionnaire, but it has just changed my life. I now know what it means not to be poor, and it is not that hard to achieve. A lot of it is in my way of thinking, and I now realize that a big part of getting out of poverty is about making different choices.
Jeremías, Paraguay
Small business owner in the city of Luque, Fundación Paraguaya client
Our dream is to be able to change the face of philanthropy and the way people are empowered around the world. Because once again, it's not about giving people things, it's about teaching them what they can do for themselves to improve their lives.
Gary, South Africa
The Saville Fundation