To increase the net income of 11,000 people and improve the access of at least 22,000 smallholder farmer families in the Western region of Bolivia (highlands and Inter-Andean valleys). Focusing on financial and non-financial services and the provision of technologies and inputs.
Market systems and interventions
Improving the business environment
- Improving the business environment for SME and smallholder farmers
Improving provision of and access to technical assistance services
- Improving the provision of and access to technical assistance services for SME and smallholder farmers through innovative business models together with private and public stakeholders.
- Improving the provision of and access to financial services (loans, insurances and financial literacy programmes) for smallholder farmers through innovative business models together with private and public stakeholders.
- Strengthening of agriculture input providers (seeds, seedlings, fertilizers, etc.) and facilitating business models with embedded-services.
- Development of new products and/or improving quality, price, costs and delivery of existing products; and improving access to industrial and end-consumer markets.
Regional development and tourism
- Facilitating regional and tourism development in the Cintis region of Bolivia.
Results so far
- More than 13,000 smallholder farmer families have increased their net incomes by more than US $80 per month on average
More than 17.000 smallholder farmer families improved their employment conditions
- More than 32,000 smallholder farmer families have improved their access to provision of technologies, goods, inputs and financial and non-financial services
- B/C (benefit cost): 2.57
[updated in Dec 2017]