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Access to Local Markets for Rural Households with Subsistence Economies - Haku Wiñay (2014-)

 

 

Date: 2014-
Web: Official website of the programme
Description: "Haku Wiñay" and in Shipibo-Conibo "Noa Jayatai" means "Let's grow". The Haku Wiñay/Noa Jayatai program - hereinafter HW/NJ, is based on the objective of developing productive capacities in poor households, aimed at generating enterprises to increase and diversify their income in an autonomous manner. To this end, the program delivers two products based on four intervention components: a) family production systems, b) healthy housing, c) inclusive rural businesses, d) financial inclusion. Within this framework, capacity building and based on the active participation of local stakeholders, the program seeks to enable program users to progressively overcome their poverty situation. The design of the HW/NJ program is framed in two important development approaches: capacity building in tune with human development and participatory rural development, on which it bases its intervention methodology as a horizontal implementation process that gives protagonism to local actors.
   

Characteristics

Target population: Rural households with subsistence economy.
Area of intervention: Technical and professional training, support to self-employment
Geographic scale: National in rural areas
Targeting method: The targeting criteria are defined in Directive No. 006-2012-MIDIS "Guidelines for the targeting of interventions for productive development and income generation and diversification of the population in the process of inclusion". These criteria are: Population settled in rural population centers with at least 40 households, and located in districts with more than 40% of monetary poverty, or population settled in rural population centers with at least 40 households located in districts prioritized for the implementation of effective interventions for the reduction of chronic child malnutrition referred to in Directive No. 004-2012-MIDIS.
Registry of recipients: "It has a list of population centers that come from the Directive No. 006-2012-MIDIS ""Guidelines for targeting interventions for productive development and income generation and diversification of the population in the process of inclusion. The list of user households is built at the beginning of each project with the willingness of households to participate."
Comments: "The user households provide certain counterparts such as labor or some inputs (local resources) for the installation of the technologies. "
   

Institutionality

Legal framework: Law N° 29914; Directive N° 006-2012-MIDIS;
Responsible organization(s): Cooperation Fund for Social Development (Fondo de Cooperación para el Desarrollo Social FONCODES)
Executing organization(s): Cooperation Fund for Social Development (Fondo de Cooperación para el Desarrollo Social FONCODES)
Source of funding: Government of Peru
   

1) Strengthening and consolidation of the family production system

Recipient(s): Participants of the programme
Description: It brings technical assistance, training and productive actives for the adoption of easy and low cost technological innovation through local talents called “yachachiq”. These tecnological and productive innovations are varied and very flexible to adjust to the economic, social and cultural conditions of the household, prioritizing agricultural, intercultural and gender equity approach

 

2) Improvement of healthy housing

Recipient(s): Participants of the programme
Description: It includes training and technical assistance for improving healthy housing (kitchen improved, safe water and management of solid residuals) through local talents called “yachachiq”

 

3) Promotion of rural inclusive business

Recipient(s): Participants of the programme
Description: It includes actions to promote between the households that has the best capacities and potential actives, entrepreneurship for income generation through its articulation with the local market. Small productors organize themselves by production lines, prepare business profiles and participate in public competitions to acceed funds

 

4) Improvement of financial capacities

Recipient(s): Participants of the programme
Description: It includes technical assistance and training to promote formal savings among households participants of the Juntos programme through local talents called “yachachiq”

 

Evaluation of results of budget program 0118 ""Access of rural households with subsistence economies to local markets - Haku Wiñay"

Author: University of the Pacific
Date: 2018
Publication info:
Link:
Topic: Evaluation

 

Evaluation of results of budget program 0118 "Access of rural households with subsistence economies to local markets - Haku Wiñay".

Author: Prisma
Date: 2016
Publication info:
Link:
Topic: Evaluation

 

Case Study 4. Haku Wiñay: An Economic Inclusion Program in Peru. In "The state of economic inclusion report 2021: The potential to scale"

Author: Asensio, Raúl
Date: 2021
Publication info: World Bank, Washington D.C.
Link: See Webpage
Topic: Study

 

La articulación entre programas de desarrollo agropecuario y protección social. Estudio de caso en Perú

Author: Álvaro Espinoza B. and Steve Wiggins
Date: 2016
Publication info: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) / Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
Link: See Webpage
Topic: Study

 

La experiencia del proyecto Haku Wiñay / Noa Jayatai

Author: MIDIS / FONCODES
Date: 2016
Publication info: Fondo de Cooperación para el Desarrollo Social (FONCODES)
Link: See Webpage
Topic: Study

 

Haku Wiñay: Dinámicas sociales y percepciones en torno a la gestión del programa

Author: MIDIS
Date: 2017
Publication info: Ministerio de Desarrollo e Inclusión Social (MIDIS), Lima
Link: See Webpage
Topic: Study

 

Desarrollo productivo y pobreza rural. Implementación y efectos del programa Haku Wiñay

Author: Diez, Alejando and Norma Correa
Date: 2016
Publication info: Ministerio de Desarrollo e Inclusión Social (MIDIS), Lima
Link: See Webpage
Topic: Evaluation

 

Evaluación de impacto del programa Haku Wiñay: A un año de intervención

Author: Benites, Sara
Date: 2015
Publication info: Ministerio de Desarrollo e Inclusión Social (MIDIS), Lima
Link: See Webpage
Topic: Evaluation

 

Combinando protección social con generación de oportunidades económicas: una evaluación de los avances del programa Haku Wiñay

Author: Javier Escobal y Carmen Ponce (Eds.)
Date: 2016
Publication info: "Grupo de Análisis para el Desarrollo (GRADE); Fundación Ford"
Link: See Webpage
Topic: Evaluation

 

De buenas políticas sociales a políticas articuladas para superar la pobreza: ¿qué necesitamos para iniciar este tránsito?

Author: Trivelli, Carolina and Clausen, Jhonatan
Date: 2015
Publication info: IEP.Documento de Trabajo, 209. Serie de Política 10
Link: See Webpage
Topic: General information

 

 

 

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