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Measuring results from climate change programs : performance indicators for GEF (Inglês)

In 1999, the GEF Monitoring and Evaluation Unit commissioned a study team to develop program performance indicators of the results being achieved in the climate change area. What are the ends and means in GEF climate change projects and programs? The study began with a complete review of the GEF project portfolio and strategy documents. More revealing, however, were interviews that the team conducted with the GEF chief executive officer, other senior GEF managers, GEF Climate Change Task Force members, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change secretariat, and members of the GEF Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel. The interviews aimed to elicit internal stakeholder perspectives on the kind of results from GEF's climate change programs that are appropriate and that are needed for management purposes and for reporting to external stakeholders. Drawing from the GEF project portfolio, the interviews, and indicators from other organizations, the study team developed seven core program performance indicators. These are discussed in the second section, along with the monitoring and evaluation activities needed to assess climate change program impacts. Three types of monitoring and evaluation activities are then outlined in the report's third section. The final section provides operational guidance to GEF on how to apply and measure the proposed performance indicators.




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