Webinar on Tracking Progress for Effective Action- Presenting a Framework for M&E Adaptation to Climate Change

A Disaster Risk Reduction Specialist Haris E. Sanahuja presents in this webinar his results and findings from the Climate-Eval Study “Tracking Progress for Effective Action- A Framework for Monitoring and Evaluating Adaptation to Climate Change”. The study was conducted because of the interest expressed by the evaluation community to have a framework for M&E with a specific lens on Disaster Risk Reduction. It is intended as a practical guide for monitoring and evaluating adaptation to climate change interventions.

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