The Access to Agricultural Finance Credit Program in Moldova: Findings from an End-of-Compact Analysis
Publisher: Oakland, CA: Mathematica Policy Research
Dec 27, 2016
- The program served a diverse group of beneficiaries, with substantial variation across beneficiary enterprises in geographic location, gender ownership, core business activities, scale of operations, and financial status.
- Beneficiaries typically supplemented AAF funding with their own resources to complete investments.
- The program funded a substantial amount of cold storage, exceeding its target for creation of additional cold storage capacity.
- Most beneficiaries indicated that they would have made the same investment in the absence of the program, but that the program made that investment more profitable and/or larger.
Moldova Transition to High-Value Agriculture Project Evaluation
Millennium Challenge Corporation
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