Guide to the PPI
Organizations that wish to use the PPI should be sure that the right staff members are trained in appropriate PPI administration. Grameen Foundation provides learning materials to help PPI users navigate the 5 steps in the PPI implementation cycle.
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Poverty Rates by Country Reference Spreadsheet
This spreadsheet (English, Excel, 0.58MB) provides poverty rates for each country in which a PPI exists, using the poverty lines used in that country's PPI.
Guide to Transitioning to an Updated PPI
Guide to Evaluating Out-of-Home Data Collection Methodologies
The purpose of this guide (English, PDF, 0.3MB) is to introduce you and your organization to an array of data collection methods that take place outside of the client's home.
Guide to Benchmarking Poverty Data with the PPI
Benchmarking is the comparison of an organization’s results to an industry standard or best practice. This guide (English, PDF, 177KB) explains how to benchmark poverty data collected using the PPI.
PPI Data Intake Tool
The PPI Data Intake Tool is form based in Microsoft Excel. PPI users must first enter the indicators and response values from their country's PPI scorecard and look-up table as directed. Once the tool is customized for their PPI, they can use the form tab to input PPI survey responses. The PPI Data Intake Tool can be translated into multiple langages using a drop-down menu on the first tab.
PPI Learning Series
The PPI Implementation Cycle
- Design: An organization’s management team designs a plan for PPI administration and analysis within their organization.
- Collect: Staff members collect PPI survey answers from respondents.
- Report: PPI data is reported accurately and with indicators that matter to management.
- Understand: Management achieves a deeper understanding of the lives of survey respondents.
- Decide: Management applies new knowledge and understanding to strategic decision-making.
The PPI should be administered repeatedly at an interval determined by the organization so that management can track client poverty over time. Each time the PPI is administered, the organization will have the chance to fine-tune the process.