Angola World Vision ProRenda Impact Evaluation [2012 - 2015]
- Cynthia Donovan
- Jonathan White, World Vision/Angola
- Project Summary
- Project Funding Sources: World Vision with Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
- Project timeline: Impact M&E: 15 August 2012 to 14 August 2014, modified to May 31, 2015
- Visit Project Legacy Website (Note - the present AFRE past project site has a more complete record of work done on ProRenda, compared to the Legacy Website)
- Contact Information:
Michigan State University
Dr. Cynthia Donovan, MSU
446 West Circle Drive, Room 321, East Lansing, MI 48823 USA
Jonathan White, World Vision/Angola
Phone: 244 222 351270 / 354466 (Angola)
Website: World Vision
- Post Project Impact Assessment Report to World Vision. 2015. Raising the Incomes of Smallholder Farmers in the Central Highlands of Angola: A Model Project for Improving Agricultural Value Chains in Post-Conflict Nations. Eunice Cavane, Cynthia Donovan, and Adam Soliman. Michigan State University
- Impact Assessment Report ProRenda Project. 2013. Raising the Incomes of Smallholder Farmers in the Central Highlands of Angola: A Model Project for Improving Agricultural Value Chains in Post-Conflict Nations. Alexandra Peralta, Cynthia Donovan, Eunice Cavane, and Elena Dulys-Nusbaum
- ProRenda: Avaliação de meio termo. Cynthia Donovan and Eunice Cavane. Universidade Estadual de Michigan. Huambo. 10 Marco 2011.
- ProRenda: Estudo de base, Zona Planalto de Angola. Cynthia Donovan, Byron Reyes and Valerie Kelly. Universidade Estadual de Michigan. Huambo, Angola. 14 de Junho, 2010.
- Angola ProRenda Mid-Term Evaluation. Cynthia Donovan and Eunice Cavane. Report prepared for World Vision US. May 2011.
- Baseline Survey Report. Raising the Incomes of Smallholder Farmers in the Central Highlands of Angola:A Model Project for Improving Agricultural Value Chains in Post-Conflict Nations. ProRenda Project Report to World Vision. Byron Reyes, Cynthia Donovan and Valerie Kelly. June 14, 2010.
- Baseline Survey Instrument 2008/2009
- Market participation and sale of potatoes by smallholder farmers in the central highlands of Angola: A Double Hurdle approach. Byron Reyes, Cynthia Donovan, Richard Bernsten, and Mywish Maredia. Michigan State University. Selected Poster prepared for presentation at the International Association of Agricultural Economists (IAAE) Triennial Conference, Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil, 18-24 August, 2012.Reyes, Byron Alejandro.
- The Economic Impact of Improved Bean Varieties and Determinants of Market Participation: Evidence from Latin America and Angola. Byron Reyes, A Dissertation Submitted to Michigan State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics. 2012.
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