Annual Results Report: Programme Year 5 (April 2016 - March 2017)

During Programme Year Five, from April 2016 to end March 2017, Samarth-NMDP has solidified its interventions and has been able to record some impressive results at all levels of the log frame. At the impact level, the programme has made significant progress since year 4, reporting a total of 183,463 beneficiaries to date, nearly doubling the programme results to date. One-fourth of the results reported to date come from the Crop Protection Inputs sector, and Pigs, Vegetables, and Fish sectors have all reached between 20-30,000 beneficiaries each.

Annual Results Report: Programme Year 4 (April 2015 - March 2016)

Based on the approved interventions across ten sectors, the programme expects to generate additional income among 365,200 beneficiaries with net additional income of £19,799,700 within March 2018. Out of this, 96,500 beneficiaries have already realized net additional income of £4,167,700 by March 2016. In total, nine interventions (refer to annex I) have contributed to achieve this. As per the logframe, the programme expects to increase net additional income of 300,000 beneficiaries by £24,000,000.

Annual Results Report : Programme Year Two (May 2013 – April 2014)

During Programme Year Two, beginning May 2013 to end April 2014, Samarth-NMDP has laid strong foundations for sustainable change across a range of agricultural markets, as well as recording the first signs of impact at the farm-level. Overall, working across eight rural sectors, evidence of progress towards systemic change has been recorded in five market systems, where Samarth-NMDP has successfully coaxed investment or change in how the private or public sector are doing business.

Samarth-NMDP Annual Results Report

During Programme Year One, Samarth-NMDP has developed an Opening Portfolio of five agricultural sub-sectors (ginger, dairy, fish, vegetables, and pigs) to begin activities in ten interventions: marking the first set of M4P projects ever to be implemented in Nepal. A number of interventions in the Opening Portfolio, most significantly in ginger, have already recorded evidence of progress towards achieving pro-poor systemic change.

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