Session 31: Evaluating for climate change adaptation - the critical challenge of the 21st century and beyond

8:30 am – 10:00 am
11 September 2020 (GMT +8)


Participants will learn about the challenges of evaluating climate change adaptation efforts, including: lessons related to accounting for escalating climate risks; assessing the adequacy of global resource commitments; understanding national policy environment and incentives, local practices and knowledge, and the interaction between human and natural systems, to name a few. This will assist governments to design effective evaluations of their own climate adaptation policies and programmes.    


Juha Uitto, Director, Independent Evaluation Office, Global Environment Facility
Suppiramaniam Nanthikesan, Lead Evaluation Officer, Independent Office of Evaluation,  International Fund for Agricultural Development
David Slattery, Evaluation Advisor, Independent Evaluation Office, United Nations Development Programme
Pepetua Latasi, Director, Department of Climate Change, Tuvalu
Khan Md. Ferdausur Rahman, Director General, Foreign Aided Project Audit Directorate, Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General of Bangladesh
Oscar A. Garcia, Director, Independent Evaluation Office, United Nations Development Programme uses cookies to improve your user experience. To learn more, click here to view our cookie policy. By clicking on OK or continuing to use the site, you agree that we can place these cookies.