Outcome and Output Monitoring Indicators (WRD)

The details of Outcomes & Output Monitoring Indicators for Warehouse Receipt Development are been given in the table below:
 
Outcomes Expected
Performance indicators
No glut situation in the market.
% increase in the sales during lean season.
Better price realization.
% increase in price realization.
 
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The details of Outcomes & Output Monitoring Indicators for Warehouse Receipt Development are been given in the table below:
 
Outcomes Expected
Performance indicators
No glut situation in the market.
% increase in the sales during lean season.
Better price realization.
% increase in price realization.
 
Outputs Expected
Performance indicators
Access to warehouse-receipt financing by 40,000 farmers, of which 20,000 small and marginal farmers.
i) % of Total Targeted Farmers accessing warehouse receipt financing services.
ii)% of Total Targeted Small and Marginal Farmers accessing warehouse receipt financing services
Use of online trading through commodity exchanges by 20,000 farmers, of which 10,000 small and marginal farmers.
i) % of Total Targeted Farmers using online trading through commodity exchanges
ii)% of Total Targeted Small and Marginal Farmers using online trading through commodity exchanges
Warehouse receipt financing of Rs.
80 Crores
% of Total Targeted Volume of warehouse receipt financing accessed by farmers
Number of warehouse receipt transactions.
% increase in number of warehouse receipt transactions.
Volume of produce pledged for warehouse receipt transactions.
% increase in volume of produce pledged for warehouse receipt transactions.
Online trading of FCSC (Graduated Level) worth Rs. 180 Crores, both spot & futures
% of Total Targeted Volume of online trading through commodity exchanges by farmers
Upgradation of 40 MSWC Godowns, establishing laboratory and connectivity.
% of Total Targeted number of MSWC Godowns where repair are completed, laboratory and connectivity is established.
Accreditation of 40 MSWC Godowns.
% of Total Targeted number of MSWC Godowns accredited.
 The baseline values will be fixed by the M&E Consultant for comparing the results.
 
These figures are based on the following assumptions:
  • 200 FCSC / PA, each with around 20 PG (each PG with 10 active members)  would be feeding product to FCSC, so there will be 40,000 active farmers in total.
  • Each farmer will produce 2.5 tonnes of grain per annum, so 40,000 farmers will produce a total of 1,00,000 tonnes of grain per annum.
  • Initially farmer will commit 2 tonnes for cleaning / grading the grain through the FCSC (Food  grain)  / PA, with  half  for  immediate  sale  in local market  / APMC  and  half  for warehouse credit.
  • Over a period of time the producers will increase their volumes marketed through the FCSC to some 70% of output (i.e. 1,12,000 tonnes in total) and of this amount 70% (i.e. 78,000 tonnes in total) will take advantage of warehouse credit.
  • The average value of product stored, at the time of storage will be Rs 1500 per quintal, of which 75% of the value is provided in warehouse credit.   The average sale price of stored product is Rs 1700 per quintal.
 
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