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Monitoring and evaluating climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction in Uganda: TAMD appraisal study

Source(s):  International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)

This scoping study report is an analysis of the monitoring and evaluation frameworks and tools in Uganda with focus on climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction. It provides an overview of Uganda’s climate change and other related policy context and their provisions for monitoring and evaluation frameworks. The report also highlights the current reporting systems and the mandates of different institutions for climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction. The tools and systems used for data and information collection, processing, reporting, storage and dissemination are highlighted. Key monitoring and evaluation elements in selected government adaptation and disaster risk reduction projects, and how they are being implemented and monitored are also discussed.

The main purpose of the study which was successfully achieved was to identify possible monitoring and evaluation framework options and entry points for integrating the TAMD process to improve monitoring and reporting on climate change adaptation and risk reduction.



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  • Monitoring and evaluating climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction in Uganda: TAMD appraisal study
  • Publication date 2015
  • Author(s) Kabesiime, Edith; Owuor, Charles; Barihaihi, Margaret; Kajumba, Tracy
  • Number of pages 36 p.
  • ISBN/ISSN 9781784311438

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