MCC’s Monitoring and Evaluation Mission Visits Horticultural Producers

San José de Soroguara, MDC.- A Monitoring and Evaluation mission of the US Millennium Challenge Corporation that included Rebbeca Tunstall and Andrew Warner,  paid a recent visit to Honduras in order to get first-hand information on processes being implemented by  MCA-Honduras Program.

Within their agenda, Turnstall and Warner included a visit to several client farmers of San José de Soroguara, who explained concepts and activities being developed as part of the basic horticultural, post-harvest and harvest management and marketing practices being implemented with FTDA´s technical team assistance

The mission visited farms in the process of producing vegetables such as beans, tomatoes, chayotes, and lettuce; where it was possible to inspect the preparation of soil for cucumbers, the actual importance of greenhouses and learn about the overall farming process.

The Monitoring and Evaluation Directions of the different Millennium Challenge Accounts are responsible for following up, among other aspects, all work plans, financial execution, management indicators and goals achieved through the different Compacts being currently implemented. During their stay in Honduras, the members of this MCC mission were accompanied by Orlando Mejía, M&E Director of MCA-Honduras.

During the field inspection it was also possible to incorporate some of NORC´s consultants that will be involved in the Design and Implementation of MCA-Honduras Program.

MCC, MCA-Honduras y NORC representative during the site inspection.


Fredi Antonio Morales (25), a resident of El Jute, was one of the producers interviewed by the mission. His plantation might be appreciated in the back.



2009. Millenium Challenge Account. Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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