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ICAT's Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning and Uptake framework captures key impacts achieved across the spectrum of ICAT's work. With a focus on real-time learning, these impacts are fed back into a virtuous evaluation cycle to ensure that ICAT’s offer continues to meet its own climate action transparency priorities, alongside those of its partners.
People trained as part of ICAT projects (59% male and 41% female)
Stakeholders engaged via ICAT projects (60% male and 40% female)
Peer to Peer or Knowledge sharing events have taken place, engaging 103 countries
Countries have worked on putting in place a new or refined GHG inventory as part of an ICAT project
Countries have worked on putting in place a new or refined MRV framework as part of an ICAT project
Country has worked on developing a new or refined NDC tracking framework as part of an ICAT project
Countries improved integration of data from subnational and non-state action into national MRV systems as part of an ICAT project
Countries have applied ICAT tools, guides and methodologies
Countries have improved the quality of their Biennial Update Report (BUR) and/or National Communication reporting to the UNFCCC
Countries supported in the NDC update process
Countries have improved climate and/or sustainable development policies as a result of ICAT supported assessments at the sector and/or thematic level
Countries demonstrated early signs of transformational change
*figures last updated October 2022
For information about the impact of ICAT work in specific countries, see our Country Highlights
Tracking progress towards climate commitments at the federal state-level: the case of Brazil
Souss Massa region pilots Morocco’s first subnational monitoring, reporting and verification system
Building transparency systems to meet climate targets: Viet Nam leading the way in tracking NDC implementation
Mandating a national transparency system in the Dominican Republic
Enhancing climate action in Mozambique
Strengthening climate transparency in Sri Lanka’s transport sector
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