SP 8.11 Measuring resilience of adaptation interventions and beyond

Thursday 12 May, 08.45 – 10.30, Diamond Room I

The objective is to share, get feedback and stimulate discussion on the latest resilience measurement thinking, the scaling up and how this might shape the programme logic of future adaptation relevant interventions, and related M&E endeavours.
In this session we will discuss: the ongoing STAP GEF work on resilience and the Resilience, Adaptation Pathways and Transformation Assessment (RAPTA) framework, the World Bank’s approach to the M&E of resilience at the project level, the bottom-up approach of ODI with a focus on subjective household resilience measurement, and lastly UKCIPs focus on transformational adaptation and the capacities needed to support it.

Organised by Dennis Bours, Global Environment Facility’s Independent Evaluation Office (GEF IEO), USA
Partners Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel of the Global Environment Facility (STAP GEF), USA
The World Bank, Climate Change Policy Team, USA
Overseas Development Institute (ODI), United Kingdom
UK Climate Impacts Programme (UKCIP), United Kingdom
Chair Anna Viggh, Global Environment Facility’s Independent Evaluation Office (GEF IEO), USA
Rapporteur Dennis Bours, Global Environment Facility’s Independent Evaluation Office (GEF IEO), USA
Presentations

Approaches and indicators for measuring adaptation and resilience, including process indicators, linking across scale and applications of the Resilience, Adaptation Pathways and Transformation Assessment (RAPTA) Framework
Anand Patwardhan, Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel of the Global Environment Facility (STAP GEF), USA

Monitoring and evaluation of resilience at the project level
Nathan Engle, The World Bank, Climate Change Policy Team, USA

Measuring subjective resilience: outlining a complementary approach to resilience measurement
Lindsey Jones, Overseas Development Institute (ODI), United Kingdom

Transformational adaptation to address systemic, fundamental changes through experimentation, innovation and learning histories
Patrick Pringle, UK Climate Impacts Programme (UKCIP), United Kingdom

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