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Publication | 8 March 2021

Towards a theory-based assessment of the Climate Smart Agriculture Strategy (EASAC) for the SICA Region

Key messages

  • The EASAC Theory of Change aiming at scaling climate smart agriculture in SICA region is made up of 4 main routes to achieved the desired impact: 1 policy route, 1 institutional route, 1 financing route and 1 communication route.
  • Since the EASAC launch in 2017, a total of 259 changes were identified by key informants: 226 at the country level and 33 at the regional level.
  • Most of the changes are concentrated in the policy route, followed by the institutional route.
  • The financial route is mainly strengthened through international cooperation actors.
  • No changes are observed in relation with the communication route.
  • Guatemala and Costa Rica are the countries with the most changes identified by key informants.
Towards a theory-based assessment of the Climate Smart Agriculture Strategy (EASAC) for the SICA Region
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