Metrics

A variety of metrics are used for the monitoring and evaluation of projects and financial contributions, which can include impact data (e.g., number of participants reached, increase in production volume, etc.) and financial evaluation (e.g., risk-adjusted returns, credit analysis, etc.).

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Analysis: The seventh blog in the Pulse series unpacks what we know about farmer impact and identifies the knowledge gaps for improving our understanding moving forward.
Report: The Lab’s first major report explores how financial solutions contribute to poverty reductions and improved livelihoods for smallholder and rural households.
Media: A number of new technologies have emerged to help investors with data collection, which is an integral factor in assessing risk and understanding how to provide for smallholder agricultural markets.
Briefing note 3
Analysis: The third in the ISF briefing note series, this briefing note takes stock of the existing landscape of smallholder impact and risk measurement and devises tools and suggestions to align these efforts for greater future impact.

Metrics

A variety of metrics are used for the monitoring and evaluation of projects and financial contributions, which can include impact data (e.g., number of participants reached, increase in production volume, etc.) and financial evaluation (e.g., risk-adjusted returns, credit analysis, etc.).