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Assessing adaptation results: aligning national M&E systems and global results frameworks
The Paris Agreement provides a foundation for the most robust climate change transparency system to date, requesting countries to provide information on their progress to adaptation targets. Linking up country-led and global M&E systems can be mutually beneficial. It would help streamline workflows and reduce reporting burdens, minimise resource wastage and win ‘buy-in’ from the people responsible for making sure these systems work. This paper looks at the M&E approaches of major climate funds and national frameworks to draw lessons for aligning country systems and fund-level results frameworks in order to assess adaptation success more effectively.
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IIED is working on a programme to improve and share understanding about monitoring and evaluation (M&E) for climate change adaptation planning and reporting.