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Posted on June 29, 2015

Posted by: Cathelijne van Melle, Senior Consultant, and Kristóf Rácz, Senior Analyst, Sustainable Business Practices

18604086455_5140b5f7ab_oCommunity of Soy Producers and Processors in Northern Benin

Over the course of its final year, Enclude is partnering with ICCO to evaluate the Fair Economic Development (FED) programme. The FED is a worldwide programme that aims to improve the socio-economic position of small producers, workers, employees, and local entrepreneurs in rural areas of developing countries through market mechanisms that are fair, social, ecologically sustainable and economically viable.  Between 2011 and 2014, through its FED programme, ICCO has funded 495 projects valued at approximately EUR 50 million worldwide.  The main focus of the evaluation is to determine whether the objectives of the programme have been reached and what lessons can be applied to ICCO’s multi-annual strategic plan for the period after 2015.

Over the course of the evaluation, the Enclude team has visited 20 FED projects and interviewed 100 stakeholders in Paraguay, Benin, Burkina Faso, Rwanda and the Philippines.

17981466074_e7f60f6260_o Focus Group Discussion with ICCO Beneficiaries in Benin
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Smallholder Farmer in Paraguay                                              

 

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Organic Lemon Grass Producer in Paraguay

 

 

17502445820_6b53c374e3_o Organic Smallholder Farmers in Southern Paraguay

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