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Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) for Adaptation


The course outlines the challenges of adaptation M&E, reviews existing approaches, and presents some methodological approaches for assessing the effectiveness of adaptation, that go beyond the usual focus on outputs. It includes discussion of the TAMD framework and other approaches and frameworks, and recent developments in the measurement of resilience. It addresses the problematic issues of counterfactuals and the ‘normalisation’ of indicators – i.e. how to track the success of development interventions in the face of evolving climate risk contexts that will make the achievement of development goals more difficult. The course draws on experiences of developing M&E frameworks in a number of countries, from national-level frameworks to frameworks for tracking adaptation at the district level and smaller scales.

Skill Level & Accreditation: Development professionals; individuals/organisations interested in mainstreaming climate change into their work
Duration: 2 days
Sector(s): Climate, Livelihoods
Learning Method: Workshops, seminars
Location: Norwich, United Kingdom
Course Provider: Garama 3C: Climate Change Consultancy
Start Date: 17/03/2016
Cost: £595.00 GBP
Link(s): 3-Day Course on Adaptation and Mainstreaming, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) for Adaptation