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Organisation 

Date 

Reporting Period 

Department Inclusive Green Growth 


2014 


Activity 

2014 

Implemented by 

Rio marker 

Gender marker 

Number 

Name 

Actual expenditure 

Name Organisation 

channel 

mitigation/adaptation 

significant/principal 

significant/principal 

25689 

New Vision for Agriculture 

200.000 

WEF 

PPP or network 




25550 

Plantwise 

500.000 

CABI 

Multilateral organization 




25467 

Food & Business Knowledge Forum 

363.000 

Agriprofocus, The Broker, 
WUR-CDI 

PPP or network 




25431 

Global Food Challenges Program (GCP) 

181.500 

NWO-WOTRO 

Research institute and comp 




25172 

Applied Research Fund (ARF) 

4.235.000 

NWO-WOTRO 

Research institute and comp 





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Activity 


2014 

Implemented by 


Rio marker 

Gender marker 

Number 

Name 

Actual expenditure 

Name Organisation 

channel 

mitigation/adaptation 

significant/principal 

significant/principal 

23294 

Global Agriculture and Food Security 
Program (GAFSP) 

20.948.571 

IFC 

Multilateral organization 



Significant 

24610 

Global Crop Diversity Trust 

100.000 

Global Crop Diversity Trust 

NGO 

Adaptation 

Significant 


24431 

IFAD 9th replenishment 

25.000.000 

IFAD 

Multilateral organization 




18829 

Marketing Inputs Regionally Plus (MIR+) 

2.437.051 

IFDC 

NGO 




18890, 26021 

Agriprofocus 

3.302.634 

Agriprofocus 

NGO 



Significant 

22861 

Producentenorganisaties 

15.100.000 

Agriterra 

NGO 



Significant 

24221 

Learn4Work 

0 

Edukans 

PPP or network 




24567 

Comprehensive African Agriculture 
Development Program (CAADP) 

2.080.000 

World Bank 

Multilateral organization 




24612 

International Land Coalition (ILC) 

1.280.000 

IFAD 

Multilateral organization 



Significant 

25419, 22238 

African Agribusiness Academy (AAA) 

191.309 

WUR 

Research institute and comp 




25573 

Global Land Tool NetWork (GLTN) 

4.000.000 

IFAD 

Multilateral organization 



Significant 

25638 

Benchmarking the Business of 

Agriculture 

1.200.000 

IBRD, IFC 

Multilateral organization 




25864 

Farmers Fighting Poverty 

2.000.000 

Agricord 

PPP or network 




26406 

FAO General Contribution 

2.500.000 

FAO 

Multilateral organization 




18429 

Establishment of CBSC 

437.497 






19285 

Oikocredit Schokland 

74.000 

Oikocredit 

Research institute and comp 




19292 

Heineken Schokland 

300.811 

Heineken 

Research institute and comp 




19299 

Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition 

1.192.074 

GAIN 

PPP or network 




22735 

Accelerating Agribusiness in Africa 

249.995 

IFDC 

NGO 




23578 

2SCALE 

10.574.504 

IFDC 

NGO 



Significant 

23530 

Rural Fund 

30.000 

Rabobank 

Research institute and comp 





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Result Area 1 


Increase in sustainable food production 


Result Question 1.1a: How large has the increase in food production been? 

According to the latest FAO statistics, in 2014 a total of 795 million people are estimated to still be suffering from chronic hunger, i.e. they are regularly not getting 
enough food to conduct an active life. Both this number and the prevalence of undernourished people show a steady decline since the early nineties. Many factors 
have contributed to these positive developments. Targeted interventions to create an increase in sustainable food production play a positive role. Several programs 
supported by the Netherlands have contributed to greater food availability in countries and regions where it is most needed. Although most programs have not 
been registered as 'significant’ contributions to gender and women’s rights issues, many do have special activities focusing on women. 

The figure below are only part of the picture. For several programs it is still too early to report concrete results, as they only started in the course of 2013. Other 
programs target the enabling environment in agriculture and food production. A contribution to the increase in food production and food availability is clear, a 
translation into concrete numbers is harder, and cannot be accounted for. 


Baseline 

Target 2017 

Result 2012 

Result 2013 

Result 2014 

Source 


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Indicator... 







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Result Question 1.1 b: To what extent has your programme contributed to 
these results? Which outputs and (intermediary) outcomes were achieved? 

Also non-quantified contributions from: IFAD, GLTN, ILC, CGIAR 


Baseline 

Target 2017 

Result 2012 

Result 2013 

Result 2014 

Source 

Indicator 1: volume (MT) of food produced 


69.450 

n.a. 

44.200 

11.500 

GAFSP 

Indicator 2: % erop loss avoided 





> 50% 

CABI 

Indicator 3: Increase in yield 





12-75% 

40-100% 

WEF-NVA 

2SCALE 









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Result Area 1 


Increase in sustainable food production 


Result Question 1.2a: Howhasthe use of land, water, energyand labour 
developed? 

Support to the International Land Coalition and the Global Land Tool NetWork have a major impact on the use of land and benefits for small scale farmers, 
including a special focus on women. 


Baseline 

Target 2017 

Result 2012 

Result 2013 

Result 2014 

Source 

Indicator... 







Indicator... 







Indicator... 







Indicator... 








Result Question 1.2b: To what extent has your programme contributed to 
these results? Which outputs and (intermediary) outcomes were achieved? 

Also non-quantified contributions from: GLTN, CABI, CGIAR 

Numbers for IFAD-ASAP are numbers reached with climate smart agriculture plans, to be realized the coming years. 


Baseline 

Target 2017 

Result 2012 

Result 2013 

Result 2014 

Source 

Indicator 1: # farmers that apply more sustainable production practices 





256.000 1/2female 
15.623 

IFAD 

AGRICORD 

Indicator 2: # of poor smallholders household members whose climate 
resilience has been increased 


400.000 



355.605 househ. 
132.690 smallhold 

IFAD-ASAP 

ILC 

Indicator 3: # ha under better environmentally sustainable 
management and/or integrated management 





23.256 ha 

176.000 ha 

250.813 ha 

WEF-NVA 

IFAD 

ILC 

Indicator 4: # ha land managed under climate resilient practices 


50.000 



71.528 ha and 

2 watersheds 

IFAD-ASAP 


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Assessment of results achieved by NL across the entire Result area 1 


Increase in sustainable food production 


B. Results achieved as planned 

Program development and implementation took place as planned. Programs already operational before 2014 are performing according to plan. 

Reasons for result achieved: 


Implications for planning: 

No adjustments of the planning foreseen. 















Result Area 2 


Better access to sufficiently nutritious food 


Result Question 2.1a: How large has the increase in availability of 
sufficiently nutritious food been? 

Outcome indicators of food utilization convey the impact of inadequate food intake and poor health. One such an indicator is stunting, which is caused by 
prolonged inadequacy in food intake and/or repeated episodes of acute undernutrition. Overall, prevalence rates for stunting and underweight in children under five 
years of age have declined since 1990, indicating improved nutrition resulting from enhanced access to and availability of food of sufficiënt quality. 


Baseline 

Target 2017 

Result 2012 

Result 2013 

Result 2014 

Source 

Indicator... 







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Result Question 2.1 b: To what extent has your programme contributed to 
these results? Which outputs and (intermediary) outcomes were achieved? 

Also non-quantifed contributions from: CABI, CGIAR 

With its programs targeted at increased access to food of sufficiënt quality the Netherlands contributes to the further reduction of malnutrition. Several programs 
targeting malnutrition, such as Driving Nutrition Impact (GAIN), the Amsterdam Initiative against Malnutrition (AIM) and Improving Child Nutrition in Four Countries 
in Sub Sahara Africa (UNICEF) started late 2012 or late 2013. First results become visible. 


Baseline 

Target 2017 

Result 2012 

Result 2013 

Result 2014 

Source 

Indicator 1: # of farmers/households with increased food production / 
improved resilience 

r - 




9.097 households’ 
vegetable gardens 
218.314 househ. 

UNICEF report 

ICCO 






41.135 children 

74 mln 8.5 mln 
child 27.3 mln girl 

UNICEF report 

GAIN (access via Gain Premix Facility) 

Indicator 3: # of malnourished children reached with therapeutic food 
and treatment 





30.118 children 

UNICEF report 

Indicator 4: # beneficiaries made food secure and more resilient 

_ 




742.000 

WFP 


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Assessment of results achieved by NL across the entire Result area 2 


Better access to sufficiently nutritious food 


B. Results achieved as planned 


Reasons for result achieved: 


Implications for planning: 


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Result Area 3 


More efficiënt markets and an improved business climate 


Result Question 3.1a: Did business activity and trade increase and was 
it inclusive? 


Food security cannot be achieved without the private sector. For the private sector to deliver that contribution, investments are made to improve the business 
climate and the efficiency of markets. An improved business climate allows the private sector to develop, which in its turn results in increased employment,. It is 
about better conditions for farmers, leading to higher productivity. It is about growth of agribusiness, i.e. companies that supply agricultural input and that process 
and distribute food products. And it is about increased access to food by consumers through increased buying power resulting from employment opportunities. 
Several private sector development programs supported by the Netherlands reported their progress in this. 


Baseline 


Indicator. 



Target 2017 


Result 2012 


Result 2013 


Result 2014 


Source 


Result Question 3.1 b: To what extent has your programme contributed to 
these results? Which outputs and (intermediary) outcomes were achieved? 


Agriprofocus promotes farmer entrepreneurship for food security through co-creation of innovation, business deals and policy changes. 

Agriterra strengthens producer organisations, i.e farmers’ federations and cooperative societies. 

GAFSP improves food security and rural livelihoods by supporting private sector investments with blended finance and advisory services. 

WEF-NVA catalyzes private investments in Agriculture in Africa (Grow Africa) and Asia (Grow Asia). 

Private sector focused initiatives such as the African Agribusiness Academy and the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition focus explicitly on women and female 
managed enterprises. 

IFAD supports national governments with loans/grants for rural development and climate resilience. 

Also non-quantified contributions from: GLTN 



Baseline 

Target 2017 

Result 2012 

Result 2013 

Result 2014 

Source 

Indicator 1 : # direct jobs created in agrofood (total - female) 



1.500 - 500 

1.550 - 550 

3.700 - 1.150 

5.800 

GAFSP 

WEF-NVA 

Indicator 2: # farmers/entrepreneurs reached 



not known 

647.903 

10.000 

128.298 

606.931 

404.000(104.000) 

80.000 / 28.000 
2.245.044 (42% f) 
757.000 (118.000) 

Agriprofocus netwerk / training (35% female) 

Agriterra 

GAFSP (number of female farmers) 

Indicator 2 continued... 





0,9 mln 0,4 female 
16.927 

WEF-NVA 

ILC (# land tenure security) 

Indicator 2 continued... 





396.500 

333 trainers 

50.072 

AAA 

NFP 

Cordaid (business training) 


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Result Area 3 


More efficiënt markets and an improved business climate 


Result Question 3.2a: How large has the increase been in international 

investments and international trade? 

By engaging the private sector unique know how, expertise and technology is made accessible for the cause of food security. In addition, it mobilizes additional 
funds for development: private sector (co-)investment. Programs supported by the Netherlands reported progress in this. 


Baseline 

Target 2017 

Result 2012 

Result 2013 

Result 2014 

Source 

Indicator... 







Indicator... 







Indicator... 







Indicator... 








Result Question 3.2b: To what extent has your programme contributed to 
this results? Which outputs and (intermediary) outcomes were achieved? 

Also non-quantified contributions from: CABI, IFAD, GAIN 


Baseline 

Target 2017 

Result 2012 

Result 2013 

Result 2014 

Source 

Indicator 1: private (co-)investment (EUR) realised 



37,5 mln 

33,4 mln 

80 million USD 

190 million USD 

14,8 million Euro 

GAFSP 

WEF-NVA (partly attributable) 

Agriterra (loans to co-ops mobilized) 

Indicator 1 continued... 


22,5 mln Euro 



32 million USD 

10 million USD 

3,5 million Euro 

AAA (not completely attributable) 

AgriProfocus 

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Indicator... 







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Assessment of results achieved by NL across the entire Result area 3 


More efficiënt markets and an improved business climate 


B. Results achieved as planned 

Programs performed as planned. 

Reasons for result achieved: 

Implications for planning: 

No action needed. 











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ResultArea 1 (remaining indicators) 


Increase in sustainable food production 


Result Question 1.2a: Howhasthe use of land, water, energyand labour developed? 


Baseline 

Target 2017 

Result 2012 

Result 2013 

Result 2014 

Source 

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Result Question 1.2b: To what extent has your programme contributed to these results? Which outputs and (intermediary) outcomes were achieved? 



Baseline 

Target 2017 

Result 2012 

Result 2013 

Result 2014 

Source 

Indicator 5: # households, production and processing facilities with 
increased water availability 


5000 households 



7348 households 
and 284 facilities 
programmed 

IFAD-ASAP report 

Indicator 6: # of individuals, community groups, engagegd in climate 
risk management, ENRM or DRR activities 


60 groups 



34.951 ind. and 

164 groups 
programmed 

IFAD-ASAP report ILC7AGRITERRA7AGRICORD? 

Indicator 7: # of international and country dialogues on climate issues 
where ASAP supported projects/partners make an active contribution 


2 dialogues 



4 dialogues 

IFAD-ASAP report 



4.000.000 



projectie v.a. 2015 
189 tons per year 

IFAS-ASAP 

GAFSP 


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Result Area 3 (remaining indicators) 


More efficiënt markets and an improved business climate 



Result Question 3.1 b: To what extent has your programme contributed to these results? Which outputs and (intermediary) outcomes were achieved? 



Baseline 

Target 2017 

Result 2012 

Result 2013 

Result 2014 

Source 

Indicator 2 continued... 


500.000 



250.000 hh 32% fe 
132.500 30% fem 
3.470.000 

CABI 

2SCALE 

CGIAR 

Indicator 2 continued.... 





4 mln 

256.000 1/2female 
50.000 (75% fem) 

IFAD people reached 

IFAD farmers trained in production technologies 

IFAD farmers trained in business/entrepreneurship 

Indicator 3: value of new or existing rural infrastructure made climate 
resilient 


USD 4.000.000 



USD 10.400.000 
projected = 85 km 
804 km 

IFAD-ASAP report 

IFAD 

Indicator 4: Increase in farmers income (in Asia) 





10-75% 

WEF-NVA 


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Extra Activities 2014 Implemented by Rio marker Gender marker 

Number Name Actual expenditure Name Organisation channel mitigation/adaptation significant/principal significant/principal 

23877 

Faciliteit Duurzaam Ondernemen en 
Voedselzekerheid 

13.846.394 

RVO 

PPP or network 

Mitigation and Adaptation 

Significant 

Significant 

24388 

Scaling Up Nutrition 

344.560 

UNDP 

Multilateral organization 




24530 

Driving Nutrition Impact in Food Security 

750.000 

GAIN 

PPP or network 




25484 

Geodata for Agriculture and Water G4AW 
(starting up) 

2.136.331 

Netherlands Space Office 

PPP or network 

Mitigation and Adaptation 

Significant 


25687 

Improving Child Nutrition 

8.177.729 

UNICEF 

Multilateral organization 




21820 

Genetic Resources 

1.224.970 

Bioversity International 

Research institute and comp 




25774 

Common Fund for Commodities 

2.200.000 

CFC 

Multilateral organization 




24392 

Consultative Group for international 
Agricultural Research (CGIAR) 

34.717.578 

CGIAR 

Research institute and comp 

Mitigation and Adaptation 

Significant 

Significant 

24426 

Stichting Onderzoek Wereld 
voedselvraagstukken (SOW) 

212.500 

VU 

Research institute and comp 




24565 

Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa 
(FARA) 

1.118.881 

FARA 

Research institute and comp 




24659 

Adaptation for Smallholder Agriculture 
Program (ASAP) 

0 

IFAD 

Multilateral organization 

Adaptation 

Principal 


26341 

Convenant EZ-BZ Voedselzekerheid 
(starting up) 

650.000 

EZ 

Government 




24975 

ECDPM 

3.100.000 

ECDPM 

Research institute and comp 




25044 

Food Security NICHE/NFP 

29.506.000 

NUFFIC 

Research institute and comp 




24411 

Flour Fortification Initiative Schokland 

172.196 

IFSBH International 





20482 

GFAR 

712.222 

GFAR 

Research institute and comp 













































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