As a medium- to long-term response to the climate crisis and to enhance adaptation action, many countries are developing and implementing NAPs and designing monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) systems. However, despite the urgent need to see results and understand the progress made on adaptation, few countries currently track and report on their NAP implementation. Progress reporting is a critical element of the NAP process that helps facilitate both its regular tracking and the continuous enhancement of adaptation planning and implementation.
This event will launch a new NAP Global Network report that explores various approaches to NAP implementation, assessment, and reporting by countries worldwide. Discussions will shed light on the different systems and contexts in which progress reporting has been made to inspire and inform stakeholders about the importance of assessing progress, highlighting experiences from Vietnam, Tonga, and the United Kingdom.
- Reporting on Progress in National Adaptation Plan Processes
- Viet Nam’s Approach to Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of the National Adaptation Plan