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Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development : Project Evaluation Report

By International Development Agency

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Book Id: WPLBN0000698573
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Reproduction Date: 2005
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Title: Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development : Project Evaluation Report  
Author: International Development Agency
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Language: English
Subject: United Nations., United Nations. Centre for Economic and Social Information, AID project impact evaluation report
Collections: United Nations Library International Aid and Funding Collection
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Agency, I. D. (n.d.). Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development : Project Evaluation Report. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Excerpt: The Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development (SARD) project was the largest organic agriculture project in Lebanon. The duration of the project was from November 7, 2002 through November 6, 2005. This three year project was designed and implemented ...

Table of Contents
Table of Contents Executive Summary.........................................................................................................................1 Main Report .....................................................................................................................................2 2.1 Introduction .......................................................................................................................2 2.1.1 Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development Project ............................................2 2.1.2 Evaluation purpose, objectives and scope ..................................................................4 2.2 Relevance........................................................................................................................5 2.2.1 Importance of organic agriculture for expanded economic opportunities ...................5 2.2.2 Appropriateness of project objectives to the policy environment ................................5 2.2.3 Appropriateness of project objectives to the needs of intended beneficiaries ............6 2.2.4 Appropriateness of project objectives to the socio-cultural setting .............................6 2.3 Design..............................................................................................................................6 2.3.1 Comprehensiveness of the project planning process..................................................6 2.3.2 Internal logic and coherence of the project design ......................................................7 2.3.3 Practicality, risk assessment & realistic assumptions..................................................8 2.4 Efficiency ........................................................................................................................10 2.4.1 Implementation process.............................................................................................10 2.4.2 Extension, Demonstration and Training Centers.......................................................14 2.4.3 Agro-packaging and processing.................................................................................17 2.4.4 Marketing ....................................................................................................................19 2.5 Effectiveness ..................................................................................................................21 2.5.1 Increased access for farmers to new agricultural techniques ...................................21 2.5.2 Increased access to agro-packaging and processing units.......................................22 2.5.3 Improved capacity to market agricultural products ....................................................22 2.6 Impact............................................................................................................................23 2.6.1 Impact in respect to expanded economic opportunities ............................................23 2.6.2 Environmental impact.................................................................................................25 2.6.3 Contribution to the wider policy or sector objectives .................................................25 2.7 Sustainability..................................................................................................................26 2.7.1 Ownership...................................................................................................................26 2.7.2 Economic and financial sustainability ........................................................................27 2.7.3 Institutional sustainability............................................................................................27 2.7.4 Socio-cultural and gender aspects.............................................................................28 3 Conclusions and Recommendations ......................................................................................29 3.1 Relevance......................................................................................................................29 3.2 Design............................................................................................................................29 3.3 Efficiency ........................................................................................................................31 3.4 Effectiveness ..................................................................................................................34 3.5 Impact............................................................................................................................35 3.6 Sustainability..................................................................................................................36

 

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