Project
 
2016 - 2018


Indonesia:

Evaluation Management Unit for Forestry, Land-Use and Governance

FLAG supports action to reduce the rate of deforestation and peat land degradation in Indonesia, through components relating to land use and licencing, institutional capacity, and the improvement of sustainable and responsible business, particularly in palm oil.

The EMU will develop and implement an evaluation framework covering both the project and programme levels.

  • FLAG is a GBP 32.5 million programme, funded through DFID and managed by the UK Climate Change Unit (UKCCU) based within the British Embassy in Jakarta
  • The EMU is a GEFA contract, managed by a consortium including TripleLine, LTS and Daemeter.

LTS has a management role in the assignment through fielding the deputy team leader, has taken key roles in designing the evaluation and conducting the baseline analysis. The Deputy Team Leader is central to ongoing monitoring and reporting throughout the assignment.

Challenges

FLAG aims to make a significant contribution to the Government of Indonesia’s ambitious greenhouse gas emission reduction targets and contribute directly to the UK’s own ambitions of supporting developing countries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

To track, measure, understand, improve and demonstrate these contributions, a robust M&E system is required.

Solutions

The EMU is appointed to: (i) develop an evaluation design/framework for the programme; (ii) provide support to projects to design, develop and implement and/or strengthen their monitoring systems, (iii) carry out a Final Evaluation in 2018; and (iv) conduct DFID internal annual reviews and programme completion report.

Within that, LTS’ role is to contribute to the design of the evaluation and monitoring framework, the development of a baseline and ongoing independent monitoring and reporting. Evaluation methods that LTS will support during implementation include: ToC analysis, contribution analysis, political economy analysis, stakeholder analysis, capacity assessments, rubrics, case study analysis and use of beneficiary feedback approaches in evaluation design and implementation.
Value and benefits

The EMU outputs will help DFID understand what works where and why, supporting evidence-based decision-making regarding the scale-up or redesign of the interventions to improve intended development impacts. It will also demonstrate impacts to all stakeholders.



Clients: Department for International Development


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Geography: Indonesia

Date: 2016 - 2018

Keywords: M&E, evaluation, Forestry, Land Use Planning
 
 


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