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  • 1. Monitoring & Evaluation Annie Bonnin Roncerel, M&E expert 1st Project Steering Committee Brussels, 11th-12th September 2013
  • 2. • What is the purpose of the M&E system ? • Which M&E activities will take place ? • How M&E will be undertaken ? • Who is responsible ? • What will be reported to whom, how and when ? • How lessons will be learned ? • When M&E will be carried out ?
  • 3. • Monitoring: “The continuous analysis of project progress toward a project objective with the purpose of improving project management”. • Evaluation: “The impartial assessment against objectives of (efficiency), programme/project design, effectiveness (outcomes), impact intended or not) and sustainability ”. Source: Publication EU DEVCO AGRER defined plans and relevance, performance (positive and negative,
  • 4. The monitoring process of the project implementation will be implemented at three levels:  At the regional level: through evaluation sheets of participants to training events.  At the national level to follow the overall evolution of CC policies situation, using the monitoring tool (Spider Graphs) described in the methodology.  At field/city project level: results achieved according to SMART indicators agreed upon at the first meeting of the pilot actions
  • 5.  Systematic monitoring (evaluation questionnaires) of Regional/national capacity building at each event.  National tool to assess and monitor the national situation in each country will be done using the tool that was used during the inception phase to establish a ‘baseline situation’: “Spider graphs” as reference & proposed targets. Exercise repeated on a yearly basis to obtain a visual assessment of progress made.  SMART indicators for each national project will be jointly agreed with beneficiaries at the first project meeting as described in the project concepts. They will describe the resources or capabilities needed to act on the particular climate risks, hazards, or drivers of vulnerability that the intervention addresses.
  • 6. The «M&E Mindset» The actors All Key Experts – together with national relevant entities - are in charge of planning and implementing the M&E tasks with the support of an M&E expert who will facilitate project follow-up and timely reporting.
  • 7. The results • will inform on the identification of options for adaptation/mitigation actions and/or sustained development in the context of climate change. • will be used to help stakeholders, such as policymakers or communities, to make decisions about development in the context of climate change LESSONS LEARNT
  • 8. LOGICAL FRAMEWORK OF THE ENPI CLIMASOUTH PROJECT
  • 9. Intervention logic Objecely verifiable indicators Sources of verification Countries covered Overall objective To support the transition of ENP South countries towards low carbon development and climate resilience, in a ENPI South countries adopting explicit low carbon climateresilient development strategies and implementing them successfully National ‘Spider All but Syria graph’ climate change policies updates s context of sustainable & democratic development, by enhancing regional cooperation, information sharing &capacity development on CC mitigation and adaptation between the EU & Mediterranean neighbors & among ENP partners themselves PURPOSE 1. Strengthening general negotiation and implementation capacity 2. Strengthening institutional mitigation capacity 3. Strengthening institutional adaptation capacity Objectively verifiable indicators Sources of verification Countries covered Assumptions Social and political stability in ENP South countries Progress in the international climate change negotiations at large Continued interest of ENP South countries in Low carbon development and resilience to climate change Submissions of negotiation positions by ENP South countries UNFCCC documents All but Syria Number of NAMAs submitted Number of NMMs (New Market Mechanisms) submitted Number of LEDS developed Amount of emission reductions achieved Number of vulnerability assessments prepared Number of adaptation plans and strategies prepared UNFCCC documents NAMA registry Project records All but Syria UNFCCC documents Project records All but Syria
  • 10. PURPOSE 4. Improving the capacity to use climate finance mechanisms Objectively verifiable indicators Number of NAMAs financed internationally Sources of verification Countries covered Assumptions UNFCCC documents All but Syria Social and political stability in ENP South countries NAMA registry Number of NMMs financed internationally Progress in the international climate change negotiations at large Letters from funding sources Number of CDM projects registered 5. Promoting closer dialogues Number of attendees to ENPI international meetings held and evaluation sheets results Meeting minutes Number of attendees to ENPI conferences held and evaluation sheets results Expert reports Statistics of the project interactive platform Conference reports All but Syria Continued interest of ENP South countries in carbon development and resilience to climate change Interest from other donors in supporting climate change action in ENP South countries Willingness of the ENP South countries to cooperate among each other. Continued interest from ENP South countries in EU approaches to climate 10 change
  • 11. PURPOSE 1.1 Negotiation capacity enhanced 1.2 Awareness increased 2.1 NAMAs and LEDS identified and formulated 2.2 CO2eq emission reductions estimated 2.3 GHG emission reporting capacity increased Objectively verifiable indicators Number of attendees to capacity building events held and evaluation sheets Feedback from country representatives in evaluation forms Number of mainstreaming events held Feedback from participants on events Number of responses to requests for support and successfully completed NAMA portfolios identified Pilot NAMAs developed LEDS developed CO2eq emission reduction estimates from NAMAs portfolios and pilot NAMAs developed CO2eq emission reduction estimates from LEDS Evaluation forms of participants to capacity building activities MRV tools developed Evaluation forms from beneficiaries of institutional strengthening activities Sources of verification Event report + feedback forms Countries covered All but Syria Event report + All on line help feedback forms desk but Syria Project records Event report+feedback forms Palestine SMART Indicator Project records (Spider graph) Field project reports + feedback forms Cairo, Muddawara Morocco Project records-Spider grraph) Field project reports + feedback forms Cairo, Muddawara Morocco All but Syria. Project report /Spider graph +Event report + feedback forms Field project reports + feedback forms Cairo, Muddawara Morocco All on line ( but Syria) Egypt Jordan, Morocco All but Syria. Egypt Jordan Morocco Egypt Jordan Morocco 11
  • 12. PURPOSE Objectively verifiable indicators 4.1 Improved knowledge on Climate finance mechanism Evaluations from participants to training 4.2 Pilot climate finance mechanisms applications completed Number of proposals completed Number of proposals completed selected for financing 5.1 Regional cooperation enhanced Sources of verification Countries covered Training event reports and evaluation forms Project record/Spider graph Project records/Sipder graph Confirmations from financial institutions All on line and regional training (but Syria) Number of regional events held Feedback from participants on regional events Number of joint (regional, subregional) activities successfully developed Project records Feedback forms All on line (but Syria) 5.2 Donor coordination strengthened Feedback forms from donors Feedback forms from counterparties in ENP South countries Website statistics on country partners and donor dialogue forum Feedback forms All on line (but Syria) 5.3 Information access facilitated Feedback forms from counterparties in ENP South countries Press coverage Website and feedback All on line (but forms Syria) Press acticles/news All on line and regional training (but Syria) 12
  • 13. M&E Activities Timeframe / deadlines 2013/2014-2015-2016/2017 Inception report 15 July 2013 Analysis of existing situation and plan of work for the project . 6-months progress reports 15 January 2014, 15 July 2014 Short description of progress (technical and financial) including problems encountered; planned activities for the ensuing 6 months accompanied by an invoice and the expenditure verification report. 15 January 2015, 15 July 2015 Draft final report 15 January 2016, 15 July 2016 15 January 2017 (This last progress report will be produced together with the final report.) 15 December 2016 Short description of achievements including problems encountered and recommendations Final report Short description of achievements including problems encountered and recommendations; a final invoice and the financial report accompanied by the expenditure verification report. 15 January 2017
  • 14. Thank you