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Using the analytic hierarchy process to support decision making on climate change adaptation

Source(s):  weADAPT

Adaptation decision making is context-specific. There are different approaches, methods and tools to support adaptation decision making, including the Analytic Hierarchy Process. The choice of approach, method or tool depends on the nature of the problem and the characteristics of the decision-making system. 

This training manual is aimed at supporting decision-makers in government institutions, international agencies, civil society and other development partners at the national and sub-national levels. Based on the local and contextual requirements, the content of the manual could be customised. The trainers/facilitators are free to restructure the sessions and add relevant exercises, case studies, and games.

The manual is based on a workshop approach. On one hand, it makes the learning practical and useful for the participants. On the other, it makes it easier for the trainers to effectively facilitate the planning process. The manual aims to assist the prospective trainers/facilitators to organize training of trainers (ToTs) and conduct a climate change adaptation planning workshop. It describes essential processes that would contribute to the successful organization of a workshop.



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  • Using the analytic hierarchy process to support decision making on climate change adaptation
  • Publication date 2020
  • Author(s) Banerjee, Soumyadeep; Pandey, Avash; Jamarkattel, Bal Krishna;et al.
  • Number of pages 33 p.
  • ISBN/ISSN 9789291156924

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