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Impact Evaluation Report: Nepal - Pavitra Vegetable Seed Cooperative Project

Impact Evaluation Report: Nepal - Pavitra Vegetable Seed Cooperative Project

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This impact evaluation analyses the findings and lessons emerging from the Oxfam Enterprise Development Programme

This impact evaluation analyses the findings and lessons emerging from the Oxfam Enterprise Development Programme

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Published by: Oxfam on Jun 03, 2014
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OXFAM IMPACT EVALUATION REPORT MAY 2014
www.oxfam.org
 
Impact Evaluation Report
Nepal
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 Pavitra Vegetable Seed Cooperative Project 
 
Enterprise Development Programme (EDP) Oxfam GB
Bet Caeyers Global Impact Evaluation Advisor, Oxfam GB
May 2014
Oxfam Research Reports are written to share research results, to contribute to public debate and to invite feedback on development and humanitarian policy and practice. They do not necessarily reflect Oxfam policy positions. The views expressed are those of the author and not necessarily those of Oxfam.
 
 
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Table 1. List of expected intermediate and final project outcomes ..................................................... 16 Table 2. Summary of the study sample................................................................................................. 19 Table 3. Access to quality services ........................................................................................................ 22 Table 4. Credit and savings ................................................................................................................... 23 Table 5. Adoption of improved agricultural practices .......................................................................... 25 Table 6. Agricultural use of land and labour ......................................................................................... 26 Table 7. Yields ....................................................................................................................................... 27 Table 8. Revenue from cooperative (dividends and sales) ................................................................... 29 Table 9. Subjective perceptions of changes in the value of sales ......................................................... 30 Table 10. Livelihoods ............................................................................................................................. 31 Table 11. Subjective perceptions of well-being .................................................................................... 32 Table 12. Food security ......................................................................................................................... 33 Table 13. Intra-household attitudes towards women .......................................................................... 35
 Acknowledgments
I would like to thank the staff of the Pavitra Vegetable Seed Cooperative and the Oxfam team in Nepal for being incredibly supportive during this review. Particular thanks are due to Anthony Scott Faiia, Karuna Amatya, Rigendra Khadka, Buddhi Raj Tamang, Shyam Paudyal, Mahendra Narayan Mahato, Sudha Khadka, Susan Parajuli, Suravi Gurung, Krishna Prasad Dhakal and Naul Singh Khatri. I also greatly recognise the invaluable cooperation and support provided by the EDP team in Oxford
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 Hugo Sintes, Alan Doran and Maria Michalopoulou. Finally, I would like to express my gratitude to Bijendra Basnyat, the consultant who managed the baseline and endline data collection work, and Jonathan Kaminski for his assistance during data analysis.

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