Webinar „Impact Evaluation of Climate Adaptation Projects“ (05 October 2016)

The webinar launched the new Impact Evaluation Guidebook for Climate Adaptation Projects, developed in collaboration between GIZ, CeVAL and UNDP, and discussed the following questions:
  • How can the impact of adaptation projects be assessed?
  • Which impact evaluation methods can be applied to which types of adaptation projects?
  • How can a participatory impact evaluation be designed in practice? An example from Morocco.
Speakers:
  • Dr. Stefan Silvestrini, Executive director of the Centre for Evaluation (CEval)
  • Dr. Gunther Bensch, Leibniz Institute for Economic Research (RWI)
  • Moderated by: Timo Leiter, GIZ Project “M&E Adapt”
You can listen to the webinar recording and download the presentations.
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