This resource contains examples of Farmer-to-Farmer Associate Awards from Angola to Vietnam. Information includes implementers, the activity's goals, budget and timeline.
This enhanced set of standard indicator tables includes built-in columns and formulas to check the quality of and identify specific errors in F2F standard indicator data. For each table, there is a separate tab for raw data, data with checks incorporated, and a clean final set of data. Try cleaning the sample data and using the clean tabs to check your work!
VEGA SPSP hosted the Farmer-to-Farmer Learning Seminar on April 5, 2017. Tips and Tricks for Reviewing F2F Data was led by Erin Baize, F2F Program Analyst at USAID. During the seminar, Baize takes participants through the process she uses to review standard indicator data followed by questions and discussion. Below you can find links to more resources to help navigate through F2F data.
An updated version of guidance from USAID on collecting and reporting on Farmer-to-Farmer standard indicators.
Excel expert Sherri Kabaou of Winrock International shares her tips and shortcuts for reviewing F2F standard indicator data.
On March 1, 2017, VEGA attended the Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR) webinar Agents of Change in Capacity Development for Agricultural Innovation: The Value of Facilitators. Below is a one-page summary detailing lessons learned along with links to a recording and the presentation's slideshow.
The FY2017 Farmer-to-Farmer Implementing Partners Meeting was held on December 6, 2016 with 46 participants. Following the meeting, VEGA distributed an online feedback survey to all participants on December 12 and sent a reminder email on December 20. In total, 24 respondents shared feedback through the anonymous survey.
On December 7, 2016 the Farmer-to-Farmer community gathered in Washington, DC for the annual Implementing Partners Meeting. This summary includes notes on all the topics discussed, including:
Please find below the Fiscal Year 2016 Farmer-to-Farmer Annual Report. The report is broken up below in two sections. The first is program overview, impacts and management, including attachments: