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Measuring outcome and impact of small development projects: lessons from the evaluation of a training project on low external input agriculture in Guatemala
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Abstract
Impact studies at the level of the beneficiary are not very common in the case of small-scale development projects. In this paper we will present the case of an evaluation study on a training project in Low External Input Agriculture in Guatemala. The evaluation design is based on a simple quasiexperimental design and complemented by qualitative methods of data collection. We want to illustrate that the type of mixed method evaluation used in the case can constitute a useful alternative to study the outcome and impact of small-scale development interventions given their specific constraints of money, expertise and time.
Language
English
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IDPM-UA discussion paper , 2003:4
Publication
Antwerp : University of Antwerp, Institute of Development Policy and Management, 2003
Volume/pages
28 p.
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Last edited 23.12.2015
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