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Presentation made during Workshop on Supporting ICT-based Entrepreneurship and Innovations in Agriculture organised by CTA on 19-21 November 2013

Presentation made during Workshop on Supporting ICT-based Entrepreneurship and Innovations in Agriculture organised by CTA on 19-21 November 2013

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    • 1. CTA’s definition of indicators Tarikua Woldetsadick, LME Unit
    • 2. Results Framework I. Overview of CTA’s SP 2011-2015
    • 3. CTA Guideline for establishing indicators Outputs These are the specific physical deliverables of the project (e.g. online discussion group, 5 study reports, 5 publications distributed to 300 institutions, 200 people trained in 50 organisations/networks in the use web2.0 and social media tools) Keep it brief (see examples enumerated). Sphere of control Outcomes These are the objectively verifiable indicators (OVIs) used as a measurement of the changes on direct beneficiaries of the intervention. Indicate number and statistical references whenever possible Sphere of influence Impact These are the objectively verifiable indicators (OVIs) used as a measurement of the changes on indirect beneficiaries of intervention. The impact indicators should only state what will be measured. Keep to few. Remain within the means of the project. Sphere of interest
    • 4. CTA’s Programmes & Master Projects Programme 1: Policies, Markets and ICTs (PMI) Master Project 1: Building sustainable, inclusive and effective ARD policies in ACP countries Master Project 2: Enhancing value chain governance and competitiveness across ACP regions Master Project 3: Promoting the application of ICTs for value chains development and ARD policies and strategies Programme 2 – Knowledge Management and Communication Master Project 4: Communication, multimedia publishing and dissemination for ARD Master Project 5: Strengthening methodologies, skills and tools for knowledge management Learning, Monitoring & Evaluation (LME)
    • 5. MP3: Promoting the application of ICTs for VCD and ARD Policies and Strategies Output Indicators ER1: Enhanced awareness on ICT4ARD by various stakeholders and selected target groups (i.e. women and youth) • • • Number and type of direct beneficiaries that indicate they have gained better understanding of the importance of ICTs for ARD Number of downloads of key documents from dedicated portals; Number of online references to specific materials; Number of incoming links ER2:Learning materials / tools on innovative ICT4ARD applications and methods developed and disseminated • Number of materials and tools on innovative ICT4ARD applications produced and disseminated ER3:Enhanced ICT skills for accessing, generating, managing and communicating modern and traditional information knowledge in ARD policy processes value chains • • Number of individuals (disaggregated by gender and age) declaring they have acquired relevant ICT skills, including type of skills acquired for accessing, generating, managing and communicating modern and traditional information knowledge in ARD policy processes value chains ; Number of key organisations (disaggregated by type) having staff that have acquired skills in ICTs for accessing, generating, managing and communicating modern and traditional information knowledge in ARD policy processes value chains; ER4: ICT4ARD mainstreamed into organisational strategies and practices • • Number of key stakeholders having incorporated ICT4ARD-related strategies in their institutional documents Number of key stakeholders having incorporated ICT4ARD in their key operational processes.
    • 6. MP3: Promoting the application of ICTs for VCD and ARD Policies and Strategies (Ctnd) Outcome Indicators: • • • • Number and/or percentage of organisations (disaggregated by type and age) institutionalising the use of ICT in their operations; Innovative ICT applications being used by (types, numbers of) ARD stakeholders (disaggregated by gender and age); Number of organisations (disaggregated by type) replicating CTA-led initiatives with regard to ICT4ARD Number and/or percentage of organisations (disaggregated by type) indicating that they use more local and traditional knowledge in ARD decision making. Impact Indicators: • • Number and type of value chains enhanced, and types of changes (e.g. increased use of technology) Number and type of ARD policies enhanced, and types of changes.
    • 7. Example of Project Indicators- Promoting ICTs for Agriculture Outcome Indicators: • • • • O.1 ICT for Agriculture entrepreneurs and organizations with promising innovative concepts are supported in moving from concept to demonstration project, and then from demonstration project to a business model. O.2 New ICT for agriculture initiatives are started by direct project beneficiaries based on promising initiatives in other countries or different sectors O.3 Direct project beneficiaries report improvements in their management of ICT for Agriculture projects. In particular, they report that they are better able to develop business plans and scaling-up strategies, and present these to potential financiers. O.4 Innovative ideas, practical experiences in implementing ICT for agriculture projects, and lessons learnt are better documented (as indicated by the publication of case studies, briefing notes, studies etc.) and better disseminated (as indicated by the discussion of these documents in electronic fora and the reach of internet materials). Impact Indicators: • • Mainstreaming of ICT for agriculture in agricultural policies; spreading and scaling up of ICT for Agriculture projects in ACP countries, as reported and documented by project partners, beneficiaries and other sources
    • 8. ...................................................................................................................................... Thank you CTA's new strategic plan 2011-2015