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  • Benchmarking for Planning Monitoring and Evaluation Connect for Change ICT for Economic Development Ethiopia Rob Witte
  • This presentation
    • Some global reflections on ICT for FED
    • Long term vision
    • Realistic targets
  • Some global reflections on ICT for FED
    • Based on survey by Hystra of over 280 projects on ICT http://www.hystra.com/opensource/ICT_for_the_BoP.html
    • Analysis by Vodafone
    • Connect for Change global plan and
    • IICD experiences in other countries
  • Hystra: Out of 280 marked based ICT for Development projects
  • Vodafone: Role of mobile technology in the agricultural supply chain:
  • : Global Targets
    • ICT for Economic Development in 7 countries
    • - Improved income and employment opportunities for 600,000 small-scale producers and entrepreneurs organised in 240 organisations supported by 24 partner organisation1 in 7 countries through  improved productivity, better access to markets, financial services and institutional development by using ICT. We aim at 50% women in participants of C4C activities and interventions
    • = almost 100.000 producers per country
  • Regarding ICT in producer organisations C4C aims:
    • 80% of targeted producer organisations show substantial coverage of ICT costs.
    • So, what is substantial, and what is reasonable?
  • How to monitor improved income?
    • Preferred Indicators:
    • Gross sales (=turnover) of FMOs
    • Number of members of FMOs
    • Calculate “turnover” per member.
    • (Does it make sense to calculate this separately for men and women)?
  • Present status of income indicator
    • Gross sales of all FMOs of the consortium: ETB 6761868.
    • Total number of members 12993, so
    • Average Turnover per Member: ETB 520,42.
    • Consortium deals with 115 FMOs, so
    • average turnover per FMO = ETB 58798.
    • Very good that you have these data at hand!
  • Questions based on these data
    • What perspectives/potential are there for
    • Reaching increased incomes of 100.000 farmers in Ethiopia (present membership 15000) by 2015
    • Increasing turnover per member of FMOs?
    • These are questions we have to start thinking on now.
  • Role of ICT services in the chain
  • ICT services as chain supporter
    • In a market based perspective: Costs incurred by operators should be earned back from sales.
    • ICT Costs incurred by FMOs should be deducted from gross margin before we calculate profit.
    • Both operational and procurement/investments in (new,renewal of) equipment.
    • (This is the end result of ICT integration in the chain, when can we reach that?)
  • Capacity building
    • Improve capacities of NGOs, FMOs and individual farmers to work with information and communication technologies.
    • Make sure we have equal participation of men and women in our activities
    • How do we monitor?
    • Number of NGOs / FMOs completed integrating ICTs in their operations
    • 2.a2 Number of farmers trained; number of NGO staf / field workers trained (and applying trainings; follow-up? (gender disaggregated)
  • How do we monitor Capacity Building?
    • With workshops like this, with questionnaires (Olaf will explain)
    • Monitor the Number of NGOs / FMOs completed integrating ICTs in their operations (how do we define “graduation”?)
    • Number of farmers trained; number of NGO staff / field workers trained (and applying trainings; follow-up? (gender disaggregated)