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Developing indicators in SED projects: A tool, by Gibson for SDC, 2001
Implementing agency(ies)Springfield Centre for Business in Development
Funding agency(ies)SDC
Date completedApril 2001
The objective of this tool is to provide a practical guide to developing indicators in SED interventions. SED interventions here are defined as aid-supported projects that aim directly to enhance the performance of micro, small and medium scale enterprises (MSMEs) by improving the services offered to them or the overall economic environment in which they operate. Ultimately, SED projects are concerned with enhancing incomes and employment.

The tool is aimed at people involved in designing, implementing and evaluating SED projects. It is therefore targeted at program officers in SDC and implementing organisations (in-country and head office), SDC's partners, consultants and researchers working in this field.

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