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Contribution analysis of a Bolivian Innovation Grant Fund: Mixing Methods to Verify Relevance, Efficiency and Effectiveness

Published on 25 September 2016

We used contribution analysis to verify the key assumption in the intervention logic of an innovation fund in Bolivia directed to economic farmer organisations to develop value-added activities.

We focused the research on three sub-components of the intervention logic: relevance of the farmer groups for local economic development, effectiveness of the fund in strengthening these group, and efficiency of the grant allocation mechanism.

We used a case-based comparative analysis to assess effectiveness: improved market access for members, strengthened organisational capacities and the capacity to pay organisational costs. We showed that the grants to already well-endowed organisations were particularly unsuccessful.

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Giel Ton

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published by
Taylor & Francis Online
authors
Ton, G.
journal
Journal of Development Effectiveness, volume 9, issue 1
doi
https://doi.org/10.1080/19439342.2016.1231702

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Bolivia

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