Using MPAT in Mozambique
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  • 1. Feedback from the field: Mozambique Paulo Muchave (Senior M&E Officer) Fisheries Promotion Project (ProPESCA) National Institute for the Development of Small-Scale Fisheries (IDPPE)
  • 2. Providing an overview of the situation “In the case of ProPesca Project survey conducted has reap much relevant information and allows us to make a comparative analysis of the initial baseline situation ( aspects , social , economic , food security , .... ) of the selected villages.”
  • 3. Ease of using MPAT “It is an easy tool to implement in the field , since the questionnaire is well structured and contains logical and relevant to the country's reality questions . It consists of well prepared and structured questions .” “The phase of training of enumerators is very delicate and decisive.”
  • 4. Future plans “The ProPesca has 30 geographic locations , designated growth poles , which will be focused activities . We plan to extend ( in 2014 ) the survey to all sites and thus have a comparative view of the initial state conditions of households . We will repeat the exercise when assessing the medium - term and end of project.”
  • 5. • Thomas Rath (t.rath@ifad.org) MPAT’s continuing use and future development • Roxanna Samii (r.samii@ifad.org) MPAT materials, dissemination and website content www.ifad.org/mpat