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representation
Gives an indication of the width and relevance of the external relations of the organisation and the influence of the organisation in these relations. Also included is the presentation to the outside world.
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participation
Gives an indication of the degree of involvement of the members in policy- and decision-making and in the activities of the organisation.
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accountability
Gives and indication of the degree to which the leaders report to the members about results of the organisation and the possibilities for the members to control the organisation and the board.
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strategic potential
Gives an indication of the capacity of the organisation and its members to pursue long-term goals. Included are the services provided by the organisation and the income they generate, and the ability of an organisation and its members to engage in strategy development.
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professional capacity
Gives an indication of the expertise and implementation capacity of the organisation.
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gender policy
Indicates to which degree an organisation is aware and actually includes gender issues in their activities. Indicator is not applicable to organisations that target women only.
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rate of organisation
Gives the relationship between the number of individual members and the potential target group. If the latter is unknown, then the Economic Active Population in Agriculture (EAP in Agriculture) will be used as target group. In case of a rural women organisation the Female EAP in agriculture will be used as target group.
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income diversification
Gives an indication of the degree an organisation is able to generate its own income or is more dependent on external resources (i.e. donations and subsidies), and the income diversification (i.e. spreading of risk).
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SPIDER DIAGRAM

The 'spider-diagram' shows six 'leading indicators', which Agriterra uses in order to visualise the strengths and weaknesses of an organisation. The outer dotted line is the ideal situation, representing a score of 100%. The leading indicators are the result of information obtained from a combination of three types of information: facts, predefined scores and opinions. There is quantitative information about human and financial resources. The predefined scores are composed of factual statements and this information is complemented by opinions of the liaison officer in a specific year about the work of the organisation. The combination of the three types of data gives us weighted average scores and thus an overall picture of the organisation for a specific year. If measurements are done in different years, the diagram also visualizes the changes in the scores for the different indicators, thus showing whether a strengthening process has indeed taken place.