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RLP Update All Districts (cohort 1) – December 2016

Productive assets and income generation are two important indicators to take into consideration when determining household beneficiary progress. Due to different models and sell cycle of each asset type, asset numbers may be more relevant than income generation to determine household enterprise progress. Asset maturity rate is the main reason households may not show much income generation from their enterprise. For example, due to gestation and maturity period households that choose poultry or pig fattening may show relatively fast cash turnaround while households with goats take much longer time to turn their assets into cash. Therefore, households not currently generating income but maintains high productive asset numbers may be considered as progressive as those showing income generation. With the number of accumulated assets and cash generation combined the overall household progress is looking positive.

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