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Tracking Adaptation and Measuring Development in Mozambique

Tracking adaptation and measuring development (TAMD) is a twintrack framework that evaluates adaptation effectiveness. TAMD offers the flexibility to generate bespoke frameworks for individual countries that can be tailored to specific contexts and applied at different scales. The application in Mozambique has focused on developing an ex-ante planning system for local adaptation plans (LAPs) using a TAMD-style approach. This has incorporated institutional scorecards at the district level, theories of change and identifying indicators on adaptation and development performance. This approach was piloted in Guija district and is now being scaled up to other districts. The team have also used the TAMD principles to propose adaptation-relevant indicators to track changes in adaptation and development performance at national level.

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Luis Artur, Irene Karani, Melq Gomes, Sérgio Maló, Saíde Anlaué. 2014. Tracking Adaptation and Measuring Development in Mozambique. Research Report. IIED, London.

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The International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) is working with partners to develop and pilot a framework, called Tracking Adaptation and Measuring Development (TAMD), to track adaptation and measure its impact on development.

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Tracking adaptation and measuring development (TAMD)

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