SCIP builds organisational capacity within the Government of Ethiopia (GoE), the private sector and civil society, to enable achievement of MDGs and contribute to the improved management of climate change risks and opportunities. CHIP helps to build climate resilience and promote low carbon development by channelling UK climate finance to investment opportunities in Ethiopia.
LTS is contracted by DFID for design and implementation of M&E systems for SCIP and CHIP at the programme-level.
LTS is fully responsible for the M&E and learning for both of them.
Ethiopia recognises climate change as a risk and an opportunity to its ambitious development goals. These two innovative programmes set out to build the institutional capacity and funding environment required (across Government, private sector and civil society) to generate a strategic and coordinated response to climate change. Effective, ongoing M&E was required to ensure the programmes could learn and adapt during implementation. DFID also has commitments on transparency and accountability; and to report on ICF key performance indicators.
LTS services to support this challenge included:
Design and delivering effective learning and communication of best practices.
Value and benefits
Through close cooperation between programme and instrument level M&E, there is a unique opportunity to make a major intellectual and practical contribution to the way that support for the climate change response in developing countries is monitored and evaluated.
Please contact Rebecca Adler for further details.