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The following 39 publications are tagged with Measuring our impact
The sustainable improvement of cocoa farm productivity is critical to Côte d’Ivoire’s economic development, peace and prosperity.
by Rainforest Alliance (2013)
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This white paper introduces the environmental performance monitoring system and explains how the organization is charting transitions to conservation-friendly agriculture to meet the information needs of farmers, buyers and other stakeholders.

by Jeffrey C. Milder, Deanna Newsom (2013)
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Researchers commissioned by the Rainforest Alliance compared financial recordkeeping variables between Rainforest Alliance Certified farms and noncertified farms; they also surveyed social lenders and local, in-country financial institutions.

by Rainforest Alliance (2013)
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In early 2013 the Rainforest Alliance commissioned the Food Economy Group, with support from the ISEAL Alliance’s Demonstrating Improvements in Poverty Impacts project, to conduct an Individual Household Economy Approach (IHEA)1 baseline study of livelihoods...

by Rainforest Alliance (2013)
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The report summarizes the results of four studies conducted by Cenicafe, a Colombian coffee research institute. Streams were found to be healthier on certified farms, and certified farmers implemented a variety of Best Management Practices at a higher rate than their noncertified neighbors.

by David Hughell, Deanna Newsom (2013)
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