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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Alejandro Rojas Sarapura Program Coordinator CARE Peru

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GDP World 2002-2010

Fuente: MEF, 2012.


Colombia Ecuador 45,9 46,8
Brasil Chile 40,3 39,5 Mxico 18,9

Peru is among the fastest growing economies

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TREND RATE OF POVERTY


Tasa de Pobreza (% total population)
60 54,8

55 50 45,3 45 40 35 30 25
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34,8 31,3

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Informe PNUD, IDH-2011. Gastos per cpita mensual superaron S/. 263.8 (lnea pobreza)

POVERTY AND INEQUALITY

8.8% y 6.8% were GDP Evolution of total poverty, by field (2010) 2010 y 2011. Peru is a Rural Urbana leader in Latin America. 45.2% children between 5 59.8 60.3 54.2 and 9 years old are poor. Gini index decreased from 0.48 to 0.46. but only 23.5 19.1 21.1 reduced in urban areas (0.42). Monetary poverty in Peru decreased from 34.8% 2008 2009 2010 (2009) to 31.3% (2010)1.
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Informe PNUD, IDH-2011. Gastos per cpita mensual superaron S/. 263.8 (lnea pobreza)

EXTREME POVERTY
Extreme poverty fell from 11.5% to 9.8% in 20101. However, in the rural highlands 28.5% of the population is still extremely poor. The 78.7% of extreme poor work in MSEs. In 54% of the country's districts, the poverty prevails.
Total poverty by districts
(% population) 1

Informe PNUD, IDH-2011. Sus gastos mensuales superaron los S/.149 (valor de la canasta bsica alimentaria).

Weve been working with10,000 families (40k people) in 2012FY

CACAO PAT

Milk Potato White Corn Artichoke Avocado Goldenberry Sheeps PAT Potato

Quinoa PAT

Milk

Beef Pork PAT

Programmatic Strategy Change Theory


Desired Change and Strategic objectives
MODELS DEVELOPMENT
By 2015, we have contributed to reduce rural poverty on the Highlands in a 10%, by implementing strategies and influencing rural inclusive and equitable development policies Women in poor and extremely poor conditions, with skills and habilities to manage and lead their social and economic environment, without leaving men and children aside, since working with them will be crutial for us.

REPLICA

POLITICAL IMPACT

Stakeholders promote production variables that impulse the development and wellbeing of the poor and extremely poor families.

Policies and regulations that promote the development of inclusive businesses in rural environments of poverty and extreme poverty

Success Indicators Highland rural poverty reducen en 10% Greater monthly income. Leading women that choose the destiny of their incomes

MICRO level expected results Finance education Business planning Business and Value Added Management (Coaching) Savings services Micro insurance. Climate change adaptation and mitigation.

MESO level expected results Technified irrigation systems. Honorable jobs. Land formalization. Skills development Value added technologies Rural micro financing. Infrastructure

MACRO level expected results Public investing system. Budget based on results. Local economic development. Culture and policies fostering to eliminate discrimination. Corporate Social Resposibility.

Regional Government
ACCESS TO FINANCING

INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING

National Government
SUSTAINABLE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

COMPANIES WITH CSR

Local Government

LINKAGES TO MARKETS AND MARKETING

Community

LEVEL OF INTERVENTION

International

Poblational objective

Country

Region
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Local Comunitty

I M P A C T

Advocacy

Technical Assistance State: Scaling up.

Existing or required validated models.

1. MODELS DEVELOPMENT

Beef value chain


The fattening period has been reduced from 12 to 3 months. 13,047 quality cattle units commercialized, generating total Income from the sales of 20.3M new soles (approx. US$8MM) (2008). Income grew in 76% (2005-2008). 109 PATs were established, certified and are sustainable. They charge s/. 3.5 (US$1,4) for their service. Importantly daily weight gain in the cattle that rose from 300g to more than1 kg/day. At national level, the Ministry of Agriculture has adopted the strategy for the provision of private technical assistance (PAT) in new programmes and projects they have developed in the cattle value chains. Poverty decreased from 81% to 29% in 2011 (impact study financed by CIUK).

CCT: JUNTOS Program


PUMRI Project (2010-2012) a project of the BoC. Promote the use of financial products, especially savings, microinsurance and micro-credit, in a universe of 6,050 rural women. Partners: Banco de la Nacin, Agrorural, Juntos Program, ST-CIAS and IEP (Instituto de estudios peruanos). Approximately 1200 women entrepreneurs Development of one graduation strategy (PPA4). RESULTS 32% have color TV (BL:18%); 81% consume vegetables and fruits daily (BL:38%). 28% increase income family in the last two years. Increased new job: 35%.

CCT: JUNTOS Program (Results)


Investment in the last year: 47% purchase of major and minor animals. Financed in a 56% from personal savings, 42% from work income, 2,5% from credit. Savings: 18% at home (BL:60%), 71% in banks (BL: 27%). 42% of JUNTOS Programs women are saving (BL:29%). Savings source:

JUNTOS PROGRAM HUSBAND NEW BUSINESS

44% 19% 18%

2. SCALE UP OF MODELS

2. SCALE UP OF MODELS

Agriculture Ministry included the PATs methodology in their livestock projects CARE Brasil, Bahia State Government (Brasil) and CARE Bolivia visit Peru to learn and replicate the PAT experience. PAT are giving technical assistance to farmers in Bolivia (export services). SEEP Network selected the PAT experience and it will be presented in the 2012 Annual Conference.

Agrorural is an organization of the Agriculture Ministry and Banco de la Nacin Nacion is a financial institution of the government with private manage. . More than 25,000 families will be trained in financial education (by Agrorural). Banco de la Nacin is adopting learning of the PUMRI project and CARE Peru is helping him in the design of Financial Inclusion Program. (US$150 MM).

Agriculture and Livestock PATs

Financial Education

3. ADVOCACY WORK

3. ADVOCACY WORK

In association with Alianza de Aprendizaje, the regulation for the Law 28846 for the Ministry of Agriculture was formulated: Productive Chains strengthening.

Small producers with less than 3 acres can stay on the Program for Competitiveness of the Ministry of Agriculture (Regulation for the Law 1077).

Regulation for the Law 28846

Regulation for the Law 1077

3. ADVOCACY WORK

In association with REMURPE, USAID and Agriculture Ministry we have been supporting the Ministry of Economy on the improvement of the Law Procompite, which will allow local Governments to invest up to the 10% of their public budgets in private investments. Run a budget: 2010 ($0,1 MM); 2011 ($2.6MM); 2012 ($18MM). Leverage of the producers decreased of 50% to 20%.

With Sierra Exportadora program (Exporting Highlands) and the National Institute of Investigation and land extension (INIA) work for advocacy in the Agriculture Ministry. A new Norm (Ministry resolution, June 2012) recognize the PAT as part of the National System of innovation and land extension (Sistema nacional de innovacin y extensin agraria)

Procompite Law

Ministry Resolution (PAT)

3. ADVOCACY WORK

In association with Agrorural (Agriculture Ministry organism), Life Microinsurance model is approved by the Superintendency of Banking and Insurance. Started in August, poor familyoriented Life Microinsurance will be established at a national level.

There are17 other CCT programs in Latin America and none has a graduation strategy. CARE Peru is working with partners of the National Government to get graduation strategy. In March, we presented to the Ministry of development and social inclusion a Guidelines of graduation strategy

SBS Norm: approves Life Microinsurance

CCT: Graduation strategy

Alejandro Rojas Sarapura Program Coordinator Sustainable Development CARE Peru arojas@care.org.pe