ICAT has supported South Africa to strengthen the capacity to plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate effective and efficient adaptation actions. The first ICAT project, implemented together with CSIR, focused on establishing an M&E framework for disaster risk reduction actions and included the development for tools for M&E and indicators and building capacity of the key identified stakeholders. As a result, a (i) Multihazard Early Warning System (MH-EWS) M&E Framework was developed for South Africa and later followed by the elaboration of a (ii) draft framework for the M&E of impacts of climate and weather-related disasters. Currently, ICAT is engaging with South Africa on the development of a just transition M&E framework and the integration of non-state and subnational climate action.
Enhance technical capacity to assess and integrate non-state and subnational climate actions into national climate policy response and decision-making process.
Deliverables will be made available here as the project progresses.
Develop a Just Transition M&E System for South Africa that is sufficient to support policymakers in making informed decisions, such as monitoring the progress, and reporting to the stakeholders.
Enhance the M&E of adaptation responses in disaster risk reduction and early warning. Enhance the M&E of the impacts of weather and climate disasters and improve the M&E of adaptation responses in centred on flooding in coastal cities.
If you want to find out more about the ICAT project in South Africa, please contact the ICAT Secretariat.
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