Year: 2019

Author(s): Paul M. Villarroel Via, Álvaro Limber Chirino Gutiérrez

The impact evaluation is non-experimental in nature with treatment (participant) and control (non-participant) groups. For the impact evaluation, it was estimated that surveys would be carried out in at least 2,986 households and 356 communities in the 4 agroecological domains of the Amazon, the Central Valley, the South Valley, and the High Plateau.

The project was aimed at consolidating a database of beneficiaries based on information provided by the Accesos program and collecting field information from potential control communities through a community ballot.