Monitoring and Evaluation


Global Climate Change Monitoring & Evaluation Resources

USAID programs with climate change benefits are required to report against standard indicators, each with its own definition and some with supplementary guidance. Effective performance monitoring starts with a clear view of a project’s goals.  Thus, climate change related results frameworks and other materials guide project design and performance monitoring.

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Global Climate Change Evaluations

A large number of evaluations are being conducted related to USAID’s climate change and development activities.  These evaluation reports are excellent sources of project or activity level information and lessons learned across the Global Climate Change portfolio.

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Monitoring Tools & Calculators

USAID supports the development of user-friendly tools and calculators to assist bureaus, missions and their partners to collect monitoring data that is robust and standardized.  These include clean energy and sustainable landscapes greenhouse gas emission reduction calculators as well as an institutional capacity assessment tool.  

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Countries in the Eastern and Southern Caribbean have always been vulnerable to natural hazards, but climate change trends project that disasters—hurricanes, tropical storms, flash floods, drought, and extreme heat—are becoming more frequent, intense, costly, and time-consuming to recover from.
Across the globe, people are struggling to improve air quality, but the sources of pollution that cause the most harm are a moving target. They can differ by location, time of year, and time of day.
Brazil is one of the six countries of the Amazon basin covered by SERVIR-Amazonia, including Colombia, Peru, Guyana, Ecuador, Suriname.