Recent works that we’ve been doing since last few months.
FAO. 2018. The State of the World’s Forests 2018 – Forest pathways to sustainable development.
The State of the World’s Forests 2018 provides a comprehensive assessment of quantifying the contributions of forests to the SDGs
The objective of this Good Practice Note is to assist Task Teams of the World Bank and their colleagues in the client countries develop and implement effective M&E systems for ARE projects and programs.
The report argues that greater gender equality is not just the right thing to do but also smart economics. It also highlights the need to improve the availability of quality gender-disaggregated data and supports more experimentation and systematic evaluation.
This paper outlines the findings of a Review of Evaluation in Agricultural Extension in Australia. The review consisted of collecting documents on 70 evaluations from the field of agricultural extension and categorising these according to the “purpose” of evaluation and other criteria.
This manual intends to provide some basic information and practical guidelines on project monitoring and evaluation in order to enhance better understanding on project monitoring and evaluation.
This paper defines climate change as any change in climate over time, whether due to natural variability or as a result of human activity.
This Food Policy Report presents research results that quantify the climate-change impacts, assesses the consequences for food security, and estimates the investments that would offset the negative consequences for human well-being.
Focusing on five countries (Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka), this review captures examples of good practices in climate change adaptation (CCA) programming, in order to inform Oxfam’s learning.
The purpose of this report is to identify and summarize potential climate change impacts on agriculture in regions served by the World Bank, examine the causes of vulnerability, provide information on where investments are needed to better climate-proof agriculture, and describe the relevance of current efforts to achieve more sustainable agriculture to that of managing climate risks for adaptation.
This report summarizes the current state of knowledge on the role of nutrition in EAS resulting from an extensive literature review, analyzing survey responses, and conducting interviews with actors from worldwide development organizations, governmental agencies, educational and research institutions, and the private sector.