Final Evaluation of the Climate Change Adaptation in Africa Program
The Climate Change Adaptation in Africa Program (CCAA) research and capacity development program was launched in 2006 as a jointly funded initiative of IDRC and the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID). It is hosted by IDRC in Ottawa with its three regional offices in Africa. The initial mandate was for five years but an extension was approved in September 2010 to produce a synthesis of the work accomplished, disseminate the research findings and to devolve elements of the program to African leadership. IDRC and DFID had agreed from the outset to conduct a mid-term review (completed in November 2008) and to commission a final external evaluation, to be completed by 31 March 2012. This grant will support the final external evaluation. The findings of the evaluation will inform both IDRC and DFID regarding future programming on climate change adaptation.
|Area Under Study||[MERO][Middle East and North Africa][Asia][Middle East]|
|Responsible Officer||Wind, Tricia|
International Development Research Centre
|Institution Address|| 250 Albert Street Ottawa, Ontario Canada, K1P 6M1|
|Component Name||CCAA Review - Consultants|