Janske van Eijck focuses mainly on sustainable agriculture interventions and gender. She has evaluated various agricultural interventions on a global programmatic level (e.g. GAFSP by IFC), the national level (SUCCESS programme in Pakistan) and on the local level. She is lead researcher for several projects focusing on access to finance in combination with women entrepreneurship. She holds a PhD degree focused on the socio-economic impacts of bioenergy production in developing countries.
Agricultural programmes are a preferred instrument to achieve positive impact on local communities. Today’s DFIs, including Proparco, are looking for financial results but also aim to achieve economic, social and Continue Reading