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Impact evaluation design for: PADYP Benin Jocelyne Delarue - AFD. NONIE design clinic 1 Cairo April, 2009 1 Original format and presentation developed by the World Bank SIEF. Section A : Presentation of project. Project background & context.

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Impact evaluation design for: PADYP BeninJocelyne Delarue - AFD

NONIE design clinic1

Cairo April, 2009

1Original format andpresentation developed by the World Bank SIEF

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Section A: Presentation of project

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Project background & context

  • Objective : Develop agricultural productivity through farming system management

  • Second phase of the project : scaling up

    • Expansion from 3 000 to 18 000 members

    • Expansion in new communes, new zones and new farming systems (12000 cotton farmers, 3000 non cotton farmers)

  • Activities (2009 – 2013) :

    • training of 75 new advisers and 525 key farmers (KF)

    • Every adviser supports 60 members and 140 more through KF (20 m/KF)

    • Prepare sustainability (participation of farmers to service payment)

  • Counterfactual situation : classical extension services recently extended by Benin government

  • The project is financed by AFD (10 M. €), cotton cooperatives (3.4 M.€) and Benin State (1.4 M.€)

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RESULTS CHAIN

Xxx Impact indicator

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Key research questions

  • Is the farming system management (FSM) service more efficient than top-down extension service to enhance agricultural productivity ? (cf. the causal chain)

  • Who are the members ?

  • Are there spill over effects on non members ? (networks effects)

  • What are the effects at a more aggregated level (village, value chain)?

  • Operational questions

    • How to succeed the scaling up

    • How to involve durably the farmers cooperatives in this service provision

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Outcome indicators

  • Number of farms which use farming system management tools/methods

    • Activity planning

    • Stock management

    • Cash management

    • Credit management

  • Number of farms who apply new cropping techniques

  • Number of farms who adopt new crops and activities

    Impact Indicators

  • Yields, Costs, Productivity for each crop

  • Prices obtained for crops sold

  • Food security in the family

  • Income

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Identification strategy/method

  • Use the expansion of the program (pipeline method ? Instrumental variable ?)

  • Comparison with a counterfactual situation : top-down extension services, currently extended also

  • Combination of qualitative and quantitative methods

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Sample and data (1)

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Sample and data (2)

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Sample and data (3)

Monitoring system of the project (activities, number of advisers, key farmers, members, method use…)

Members’ farming systems caracteristics and economic results

Secondary data : census, market prices, …

Probably : Available data on crop productivity without farming system management

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Time frame/work plan

  • Impact evaluation : 2009 - 2012

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Sources and finances

  • AFD

  • CIRAD

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Section B: Impact evaluation of project

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Evaluation framework and context

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Evaluation questions

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Evaluation audience and policy it is trying to influence (if appl.)

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Evaluation design

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Challenges and risks

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Methodology

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Evaluation implementation

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Management

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Expected results

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Expected conclusions

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