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The Climate Change Sub-programme (CCSP) of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has four components: Adaptation, Mitigation, REDD+ and Science and Outreach. It cuts across all UNEP divisions located in Nairobi and Paris, and relies a lot on partnerships to drive its work and scale up its impact. The CCSP evaluation conducted by the UNEP Evaluation Office over the period 2013–2014, aimed at assessing the relevance and overall performance of the CCSP between 2008 and 2013. The complexity, geographical spread and rather weak results framework of the CCSP, coupled to rather limited evaluation resources and a shortage of evaluative evidence, required the Evaluation Office to develop an innovative analytical framework and data collection approach for this evaluation. It combined three areas of focus (strategic relevance, sub-programme performance and factors affecting performance), five interlinked units of analysis (UNEP corporate, sub-programme, country, component and project level), a Theory of Change approach and an appropriate combination of data collection tools. This chapter discusses the overall evaluation approach and process, followed by a summary of lessons learned which could be useful for future similar exercises.
- An Analytical Framework for Evaluating a Diverse Climate Change Portfolio
- Chapter 6