How Would Farmers Measure the Impact of Financial Solutions

Published on

November 17, 2015

The Learning Lab presents an illustrated excerpt of its forthcoming study on the impact case for rural and agricultural finance, released to coincide with the Learning from Rural Clients workshop on client voice in Cape Town.

In this booklet, available for download below, we present a snapshot of what outcomes matter to many smallholder famers.  In other words, we often talk about impact measurement – but what does impact mean to clients themselves?  Does this align with how practioners measure impact? If not, how can we address that gap?

We worked to incorporate these perspectives into our understanding of a theory of impact for rural and agricultural finance, described in the forthcoming study.


About the Author(s)

Original Content

The Learning Lab works to identify and share knowledge relevant to our learning agenda and our users, but also to create new knowledge through research and facilitated learning. Original content from the Learning Lab includes news about the Lab, analyses we've conducted, knowledge products we've created, and posts we've written about other relevant initiatives.

Would you recommend this content to a peer?