According to IADB website, the project aims to support the preparation and implementation of HO-L1201 by providing key elements for the design including the monitoring system. Specific objectives include (i) gathering key socio-economic information of small agricultural producers which are potential beneficiaries of the program, (ii) identifying the current poverty situation of these potential beneficiaries, their agricultural potential and the interventions needed to help lift them out of poverty in a sustainable manner, and (iii) designing a geo-referenced information system to monitor advances in the implementation of the program and the evolution poverty among beneficiaries of the Program.
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