Webinar on SEA Change / UKCIP climate change M&E guidance notes

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Webinar on SEA Change / UKCIP climate change M&E guidance notes

Time: March 25, 2014 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: Internet
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Dennis Bours
Latest Activity: Mar 28, 2014

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Dear colleagues,



Join us for a Webinar on Tuesday March 25. Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/854613366 (9:00 AM UTC, 4:00 PM Indo-China Time (UTC+7))

Over the past months, SEA Change and UKCIP collaboratively developed and launched three Guidance Notes in relation to the monitoring and evaluation of climate change interventions, being:


Guidance Note 1: "Twelve reasons why climate change adaptation M&E is challenging".



Guidance Note 2: "Selecting indicators for climate change adaptation programming".



Guidance Note 3:"Theory of Change approach to climate change adaptation programming".



During this webinar, the authors will discuss why these Guidance Notes have been developed, how they tie together and they will talk about how these Guidance Notes can be used by M&E professionals in climate change and environmental fields.

More importantly, we also want to hear from you!  Do you have any questions after reading these Guidance Notes? Are there any parts on which you would like further clarification? We're happy to elaborate and are looking forward to a vibrant discussion!


Webinar presenters:

Mr. Dennis Bours - Team Leader, SEA Change Community of Practice Ms. Colleen McGinn - Monitoring & Evaluation Expert, SEA Change Community of Practice Mr. Patrick Pringle - Deputy Director, UK Climate Impact Programme (UKCIP)

 With kind regards,

Dennis Bours

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