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  • Adapting the evaluation design in times of COVID-19: Questions to guide decisions for RDP evaluations

The aim of the study was to find out to what extent the data of the agricultural accounting database can be used in assessing the effectiveness of the RDP‘s measures. FADN data has been used to assess the impact of support paid under the RDP’s environmental measures on the economic sustainability of agricultural holdings, as well as to form and substantiate Estonia's positions concerning the future development of the Common Agricultural Policy. 

This brochure presents the main field results of the past programming period, reflects on the opinions of the presidents of Boerenbond and Natuurpunt and examines how the cooperation between farmers, Flemish Land Agency, business planners and other partners works.

To estimate the effectiveness of management agreements on breeding bird populations in the agricultural area, the Flemish Research Institute of Nature and Forest designed in 2010 a monitoring network of 14 areas spread across Flanders. Territorial mapping is used to determine whether the population trend of field birds is more positive in areas without management measures. It was examined whether the trends obtained can be explained by the surface area of management agreements.  

This report evaluates the LEADER measure and the self-evaluations carried out by the LAGs, which were completed for the first time in the current program period and aims to increase the level of self‐reflection in the LAGs. 

The aim of the study was to analyse the function of the impact orientation system as a steering and control instrument at the level of the local action groups for the implementation of the local development strategy and the internal quality control/self-evaluation of the LAG, as well as a steering instrument at the level of the administrative authority.

The aim of the study was to analyse the question of the extent to which gender mainstreaming and equality between women and men were considered in the Austrian programme for rural development 2014-2020 and which areas still have room for improvement.

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