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  • 1. Socio-Economic Impact Analysis R.Jayachandran Centre For Development Alternatives, Chennai TAMILNADU FOREST DEPARTMENT State Level W/S on ‘’ Socio-Economic and Forest Dependency Surveys of Village Community’’ @Chennai, on 24-01-2012
  • 2. Socio-Economic Impact Analysis
    • Objective:
    • To identify and evaluate the potential Socio-Economic cultural impacts of a proposed Development Activity on the Lives and Circumstances of the People, Households and Communities
  • 3. Socio-Economic Impact Analysis
    • It relates to Development Project, Impact and Analysis
    • An assessment designed to estimate the effects of a Project on the Stakeholders
  • 4. LFA Assumptions and Risks
  • 5. PCM
  • 6. Impact
    • Changes caused by a Development Activity
    • Changes may be Direct or Indirect
    • Changes may be in Whole or part
    Impact of inputs on the Outcomes
  • 7. Impact Analysis
    • An analysis to find out how much of the Change in the Outcomes can be attributed to the Project?
    • It is more than the conventional Cost-Benefit Analysis, as it takes in to consideration of ‘’Value’’, not ‘’money’’ alone.
  • 8. Impact=Value for Money
    • Inputs/Costs=Economics
    • Outputs/Inputs=Efficiency
    • Outcomes/Outputs=Effectiveness
    • Outcomes/Costs=Value for Money
  • 9. Measuring Impact
    • ‘’ Controlled Groups’’ against those ‘’who have not got the support’’ of the Project
    • ‘’ Before’’ and ‘’After’’ Analysis
    • Key Aspects
    • Definition of Improvements
    • Segmentation of Benefits
    • Segmentation of Users
    • Indicators
    • Changes in the Community’s Demographies
    • Changes in the Public Services
    • Changes in Livelihoods and Income
    • Changes in the Standard of Living
  • 10. The Reams of Impact of Forest Development Projects