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System for monitoring and evaluating Farm Input Supply Scheme (F.I.S.S.), phase II.
by Research and Evaluation Unit, Development Planning Division, Ministry of Co-operative Development in Nairobi
Written in English
|Series||Report / Research and Evaluation Unit, Development Planning Division, Ministry of Co-operative Development ;, no. 3, Report (Kenya. Ministry of Co-operative Development. Development Planning Division. Research and Evaluation Unit) ;, no. 3.|
|Contributions||Kenya. Ministry of Co-operative Development. Development Planning Division. Research and Evaluation Unit.|
|LC Classifications||HD1491.K4 S97 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||121 leaves in various foliations :|
|Number of Pages||121|
|LC Control Number||82980670|
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Input distribution and technical advice were mostly managed by government agencies or dealt with in ad-hoc fashion by NGO’s. Links between public research and private agri-business were virtually inexistent. Agricultural input supply systems in Africa suffered a further blow following the structural. This page describes the oversight of production agriculture and the input supply sector. Regulation of the production agriculture sector of the food industry is perhaps undergoing the most significant changes at this time (s). Note that the changes are not solely motivated by government, but that the retail and processing sectors of the food industry (on behalf of consumers?) are imposing.
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The Farm Input Supply Scheme, begun inaimed to provide credit facilities, advice, education and training to cooperative farmers, in order to stimulate above-subsistence-level farming by cooperative small scale farmers in selected areas of Kenya.
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Total. Definitions of monitoring and evaluation Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) are two distinct but complementary processes that mutually reinforce each other. In general, M&E is designed to monitor the impact of a policy, or progress of. • Market specifications only quality standards are specified and input provision is minimal • Management and income specifications which are the most intensive and may involve predetermined pricing structures, farm input advances, technical support and managerial control • Land tenure and ownership specifications a variation.SUGGESTED CHECKLIST FOR PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM.
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