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Mid Term Review of Climate Proofing Local Development Gains

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Edition 2:   May 8, 2017 (shown)
Edition 1:   May 7, 2017

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Malawi
   undp:37416
   May 8, 2017
   May 22, 2017
   English
   Other

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   Malawi

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Environmental auditing   Environmental issues consultancy services  

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Overview :

This is the Terms of Reference (ToR) for the UNDP-GEF Midterm Review (MTR) of the full-sized project titled Climate Proofing Local Development Gains in Rural and Urban Areas of Machinga and Mangochi Districts (PIMS#4508). The project is implemented by the Government of Malawi, through the Ministry of Natural Resources Energy and Mining with support from Global Environment Facility (GEF) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), which is to be undertaken in year 2017. The project started on 24th July 2014 and is in its third year of implementation. In line with the UNDP-GEF Guidance on MTRs, this MTR process was initiated before the submission of the second Project Implementation Report (PIR). This ToR sets out the expectations for this MTR.  The MTR process must follow the guidance outlined in the document; Guidance for Conducting Midterm Reviews of UNDP-Supported, GEF-Financed Projects.  

The project was designed to: secure the development and food security gains from the baseline programs by empowering communities to integrate climate risk considerations in the development policies, plans, projects and actions.   The project’s outcomes are as follows:

  • Outcome 1: The impact of ecosystems degradation in aggravating vulnerability to climate change risks and reducing resilience of development gains understood and integrated into key decision-making processes at the local, sub-national and national levels.
  • Outcome 2: Skills and operational capacity of District, EPA and TA level technical officers to support implementation, maintenance and monitoring of the activities under component 1 and to mainstream climate risks into all local development process (skills, legislation, information)
  • Outcome 3: Public and domestic water harvesting, storage and distribution reduces climate change driven flooding and regulates availability of water throughout the year in flood & drought hotspots
  • Outcome 4: Rehabilitation of badly degraded forests, protection of riverbanks, lake shores and urban infrastructure
  • Outcome 5: Productivity of agriculture supported by adoption of climate smart agriculture practices

 

 


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