Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans (NAP-Ag) Programme Guidance on Strengthening monitoring and evaluation for adaptation planning in the agriculture sectors

Scale
National
Expertise Level
Generalist
Resource Type
Guidance and Frameworks
Platforms
Language
English
French
Spanish
Developer or Source
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

The Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plan (NAP-Ag) programme has developed a Guidance Note on how to design a national M&E system for tracking adaptation action, policies and plans, and ultimately report at international, national and sectoral level. In addition, the programme has developed an M&E training package intended to support countries to advance on reporting on M&E for adaptation at sectoral level. The package is organized according to eight training modules, including presentations, exercises and case studies for countries to use during a three- to four-day workshop. The editable modules can be shared upon request explaining how they will be used, by sending an email to FAO-NAPs@fao.org

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