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TUPTampere University Press (est. 1994; Finland)
TUPTokai University Press (Japan)
TUPTrace Utility Program
TUPTelephone User Part
TUPTelephone User Part (Signaling System #7)
TUPTechnological University of the Philippines
TUPTemporary Use Permit (various locations)
TUPTrickle Up Program (New York, NY)
TUPTransfer Under Pressure (submarine rescue)
TUPTeam Unifying Platform (software)
TUPTransmission Universelle du Patrimoine (French: Transmission of Universal Heritage)
TUPTalent Unity Pride (motto)
TUPTupelo, MS, USA - CD Lemons Municipal (Airport Code)
TUPThebaud Urbanisme & Paysage (French planning and landscape company)
TUPThank You Partner
TUPToilet Upgrading Programme (Singapore)
TUPTop-Up Pump
TUPTotal Unit Price
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According to reports of the Trickle Up program, Anita Leroux is thirty-eight years old and has seven children.
Another organization is the Trickle Up Program that provides conditional grants, not loans, of US$100.
According to the Trickle Up program, retail businesses are the most popular.
One of these is the Trickle Up Program, a New York-based organization in operation since 1979.
NGOs benefit from using the Trickle Up Program because it enables them to reach the most disadvantaged families in their community, who are often too poor to participate in other development programs.
The Trickle Up Program is also able to target the very poor in a cost-effective manner.
Although basic business training is an essential component of the Trickle Up Program, very little additional skill is required to use the seed capital effectively.
NBJK also has its own microcredit program in addition to the Trickle Up Program. However, the organization uses Trickle Up's microenterprise approach to reach the most marginalized families that may not have had previous experience with business development and may not be involved in the Lok Samity groups.