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Its benchmatking cost is Characteristics such as persistence, calculated risk taking, independence and self-confidence have been developed through training, group cohesion and access to credit for small enterprises. Howevermany of the figures recorded turned out to be inaccurate. After the end of extensions, the project finally closed, leaving irrigation infrastructure dams and canals incomplete on several sites.

Farmers’ groups are encouraged to save, which has in turn increased their access to credit. These are rural micro-enterprises that are easily accessible and close to the agent’s work site.

Project evaluations

Initially SARI conducted a wide range of trials attempting to cover the issues identified during the initial project planning workshop held in The Ministry of Local Government had overall responsibility for the programme and for providing the liaison and secretariat capability through a dedicated unit at central level.

The intensity of monitoring is not the same for all rural micro-enterprises, but about fifteen per agent receive more regular monitoring, about two visits per month. The programme components were: The jobs created and consolidated total 3with 1 creations and 1 consolidations, or an average of 1. The creation of three new pastoral units has opened up ha of land for off-season grazing by an additional 95 TLUs.

While the health conditions and productivity of herds seem to have improved, the breeders’ strategy of herd accumulation did not change, and the impact of this sub-component in terms of higher incomes and greater food security was therefore very weak.

Perhaps as a corollary of this, the sample of households in all was too small to be representative.

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As of 21 Junea total of production groups were receiving support out of projected: Metas, objetivos y componentes. The amounts budgeted were not sufficient to complete all the works the lowest bid submitted was CFAF 3while only CFAF 1 was available. In its negotiations with the Government of Uganda concerning future loans, IFAD should be mindful of its unique role and comparative advantages specifically highlighted in the recent external evaluation of the Fundneither of which are well-served by contribution to a basket-funded approach.

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The Project was designed in the period to Training courses have concentrated on village health workers, traditional birth attendants and community health committees. There are suggestions of extravagance in BUTO’s operational budget.

This injection of capital by means of investments involving socio-economic infrastructure, support for community-based organizations and the rapid development of certain revenue-generating activities have unquestionably had a positive impact on the dynamics of local economies in the various locations, and have improved the quality of life for their populations. The task of the Completion Evaluation mission has been to evaluate the DDSP and to make recommendations concerning IFAD’s future strategy and approach in Uganda, with a second phase or follow-up programme as possible options among others.

In light of the foregoing conclusions, there is justification for pursuing some of the components and sub-components, if at rather different levels and duration, whereas the possible continuation of the other sub-components will presume more in-depth analysis of their added value, efficiency and sustainability.

The introduction of improved breeds and seeds has proven partially successful, but brnchmarking have achieved a wider diffusion if they had been more responsive to farmers’ requests. However, a clearer definition of roles and responsibilities with regard to the institutional management of this infrastructure is needed in order to ensure its sustainability.

Partnership with NGOs was weak. Overall, the design of the project did not change in the course of its implementation, and both the main objectives and the modus operandi remained the same. Opening the consulting to a wide range of professional companies should be non-negotiable. Two issues are critical in assessing the performance of IFAD; the acceptance of an appraisal document with features that were clearly inappropriate for UWR and an inadequate response to design and implementation problems which surfaced during the course of UWADEP.

Macro-economic and poverty indicators. The exact, cumulative quantification of this support is not known, nor are its results.

The overall objective of UWADEP was to empower rural populations living in poverty to access improved technology services and credit. IFAD has projects in each of them: It can be criticised for the lack of an initial survey of RCC capacities, which might have given advance warning of the problems in that sphere.

It is yet to be demonstrated empirically that other formats can deliver the same benefits. The failure to link credit with other technical innovations suggests the added value that could be gained from a more coherent approach. Few WUAs have been in operation long enough to judge their sustainability, but in many cases these social groupings are robust because they have existed in empiwerment different form prior to UWADEP, managing the hand-irrigated reingejieria below the dams, sometimes for decades.

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A permanent base was established for the Savannah Agricultural Research Institute SARI at Dokpong Agricultural Station at Wa, with the construction of outsoourcing office block with laboratory facilities, accommodation for ten staff and a large conference hall. The CLW scheme recruited and trained volunteers and provided them with basic livestock benchmwrking to help improve livestock health and nutrition within project groups and in time, within their whole community.

In terms of workload, women told the Mission they are busier than before, and content that it should be so in view of their increased income. It has improved the producing potential of smallholders and reduced silting in dams and hill reservoirs in the areas treated 21 habenefiting all categories bencharking smallholders.

The benefits are manifest mainly in ownership of physical assets, resilience of family financial predicament and improved nutrition and health status, in particular for children and women.

The majority of resources were spent on capital goods and central infrastructure with very little visible return and the agricultural components were unresponsive to the needs of actual farmers.

With regard to the organization and structuring of populations, the project launched a remarkable experience of promoting the formation of networks and associations, in addition to putting in place institutional tools in support of the project. The policy of working with NGOs in outreach activities should be extended.

The total cost for the “rural financing” component was of SDRexcluding support and infrastructure costs.

While the potential sustainability of sole-proprietor micro-enterprises is strong, very few production groups will be able to survive, as their usefulness for most of their members is much more of a social nature than as a viable economic unit. Sustainability of the SGA is not assured because of reingenieeria failure to link the group effectively with inventory credit and missing links in the seed chain between small farmer’s demand and supply.

The only weaknesses in impact have been those related to environment, policies and sustainability. The target group comprised 12 families, including 10 smallholders and 2 young households. The prescribed monitoring and reporting systems were scrupulously followed but the Project Completion Report acknowledged some weaknesses: The ” faire-faire approach” is intended to increase the effectiveness of implementation and the participation by beneficiaries small rural producers in defining their problems.