Recommendation Paper on Adaptation M&E now online

Based on experiences in several countries currently setting up Adaptation Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) systems, a recommendation paper for M&E on the national level was developed.

It synthesises the experiences made so far with adaptation M&E to key messages for adaptation practitioners and decision-makers. It intends to supplement existing guidelines and training material by providing recommendations ‘from practice to practice’. It also includes comments from participants of several workshops.

You find the paper in the Knowledge section under M&E under Further reading.

Enjoy reading!

 

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