A Methodological Guidebook: Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review

Scale
National
Sub-national
Expertise Level
Generalist
Resource Type
Guidance and Frameworks
Inputs Needed
Financial and Budgetary Data
Outputs Provided
Guidance on conducting a Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review
Language
English
Developer or Source
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

This Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review (CPEIR) Methodological Guidebook seeks to equip relevant stakeholders (governments, donors, CPEIR practitioners) with information on a step-by-step process, methodologies and tools to conduct a CPEIR. A CPEIR is a diagnostic tool to assess opportunities and constraints for integrating climate change concerns within the national and sub-national budget allocation and expenditure process. In particular, this Guidebook reviews the processes and methodologies used in the 19 CPEIRs done to date and proposes a common framework for future CPEIRs. As such, this CPEIR Methodological Guidebook provides readers with background on context, purpose, process and tools in implementing a CPEIR together with an overview of the key challenges typically faced during the CPEIR implementation.

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