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Webinar “Getting up to speed – Introduction to Adaptation M&E”

We are pleased to invite you to the webinar “Getting up to speed – Introduction to Adaptation M&E”.

The webinar is based on a newly developed training module on adaptation M&E and covers the following aspects:

  • What is adaptation M&E and what benefits does it have?
  • How can M&E of adaptation be approached at project and national level?
  • What practical experiences exist?
  • What challenges does M&E of adaptation face and how can they be addressed?

The presentation is followed by a detailed Q&A session.

To participate, please click Webinar 8.30 am (CET) or Webinar 3.30 pm (CET), enter your email-address, choose “attend in browser” and access the webinar.

The respective time in different time zones are:

Germany (CET): 08:30 am 10:00 am


03:30 pm 05:00 pm
Mexico DF: 01:30 am 03:00 am


08:30 am 10:00 am
South Africa: 09:30 am 11:00 am


04:30 pm 06:00 pm
Tunisia: 08:30 am 10:00 am


03:30 pm 05:00 pm
Manila/Philippines: 03:30 pm 05:00 pm


10:30 pm 00:00 am
Jakarta/Indonesia: 02:30 pm 04:00 pm


09:30 pm 11:00 am
India 01:00 pm 02:30 pm


08:00 pm 09:30 pm
Grenada 03:30 am 05:00 am


10:30 am 00:00 pm

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This discussion series forms part of the knowledge exchange on AdaptationCommunity.net. Other topics are Climate Information & Services, Mainstreaming Adaptation and Training for Climate Change Adaptation.

We are looking forward to welcoming you soon!


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