Design, monitoring, and evaluation in a changing climate: Lessons learned from agriculture and food security programme evaluations in Asia
This paper is the first in a series of Evaluation Reviews, which are intended to highlight and distil findings from published evaluations of climate change related programme interventions. This paper is aimed at sharing some design, monitoring, and evaluation (DME) ‘lessons learned’ that are pertinent to Climate Change Adaptation (CCA), which have been drawn from a small selection of agriculture/food security (AFS) programmes across Asia. The paper is organised into five sections. It begins with a brief overview of climate change in Asia and the implications for agriculture and food security, and discuss the purpose, audience, and methodology of this paper. It then outlines short synopses of the four example programmes, and derive key lessons that are pertinent to those monitoring and evaluating climate adaptation interventions. The paper finishes with a conclusion and recommendations.
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