Evaluation of the project "Integrating Agriculture into National Adaptation Plans (NAP-Ag)"


The evaluation found that NAP-Ag’s country-driven, multi-sector and multi-level approach allowed for ample engagement of stakeholders, contributed to establish coordination mechanisms and promoted ownership of results. The approach was qualitative and included a questionnaire, extensive documentation review and interviews with key-stakeholders in all countries. Outcome Harvesting principles were used to guide an in-depth view on six countries (Colombia, Nepal, Viet Nam, Philippines, Kenya and Uganda), identifying significant and observable outcomes (changes in policies, plans and practices) influenced by the programme and taking actors, context and other factors as contributors to the outcomes achieved. This evaluation was entirely conducted remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. The...

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