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WinDASI Exercise NGAMO 3: Economic Impacts of an Irrigation and Mechanization Project 










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    This module presents NGAMO2, a practical step-by-step exercise in Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) of investment projects, to be run with the WinDASI software. (the word NGAMO comes from the name of the zone of the original project that was located in Myanmar). The goal of this exercise is to analyze the technical feasibility of the irrigation project at farm level. The project analyst has to solve two major problems due to the expansion of production generated by the new irrigation scheme: excess de mand of labour compared with the supply available form the farm household and a lack of draught animals in the peak periods. The reader will see how project constraints are solved and which are the main changes with versus the without project situations (WiP versus WoP). Moreover, a new constraint is introduced, which is the financing constraint, with the purpose to analyze the economic impact of the credit component by calculating project indicators such as incremental NPV, IRR and Benefit/Cost Ratio and comparing them before and after the financing.
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    WinDASI Exercise: NGAMO 4: Starting a Coffee Plantation in a Phased Mode  2005
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    This module presents NGAMO 4, a practical step-by-step exercise in Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) of investment projects, to be run with the WinDASI software. (The word NGAMO comes from the name of the zone of the original project that was located in Myanmar). The goal of this exercise is to analyze the financial viability of a coffee farm newly established in a phased mode, i.e. in different phases, and then to analyze overall viability of a zone with 250 farms joining the project in a phased mode . In this exercise two farm plans are used, no major constraints on input availability and output commercialization appear and the without scenario is set equal to zero. The analyst is required to determine the input and output flows, their discounted flows, verify net benefits and calculate the relative project indicators (NPV, IRR, and Benefit/Cost Ratio).
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    WinDASI Exercise: NGAMO1: An Irrigation Project. Impacts of Irrigation on Traditional Farms  2005
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    This module presents NGAMO1, the first of the four practical step-by-step exercises in Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) of investment projects, to be run with the WinDASI software (the word NGAMO comes from the name of the zone of the original project that was located in Myanmar). The goal of this module is to analyze the technical feasibility at farm level of an irrigation project. That means processing the data set on the activities of a specific farm model for both With-Project and Without-Project (WiP and WoP) situations. The analyst addresses feasibility issues in terms of labour requirements and needs of draught animal services at farm level, whose lack is one of the main constraints identified by the project. Moreover, the analyst calculates costs, benefits, net cash flow and incremental net cash flow at farm level over the duration of the irrigation project, identifying also the main changes related to the WiP versus WoP situations.

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