advocacy evaluation: influencing climate change policy

May 1, 2012 at 9:12 pm 2 comments

Often I don’t get to share the findings of the evaluations I undertake, but in this case of an advocacy evaluation, an area that I’ve written about before, the findings are public and can be shared.

I was part of a team that evaluated phase 1 of an advocacy/research project – the Africa Climate Change Resilience Alliance (ACCRA).  ACCRA aims to increase governments’ and development actors’ use of evidence in designing and implementing interventions that increase communities’ capacity to adapt to climate hazards, variability and change.  Advocacy plays a large role in trying to influence governments and development actors in this project. You can read more in the Executive_Summary (pdf) of the evaluation findings.

The evaluation also produced 5 case studies highlighting successesful advocacy strategies:

  • Capacity building and district planning
  • Secondment to a government ministry
  • Reaching out to government and civil society in Uganda
  • Disaster risk profiling in Ethiopia
  • Exchanging views and know-how between ACCRA countries

The case studies can be viewed on the ACCRA Eldis community blog (n.b. you have to  join the Eldis community to view the case studies, it’s free of charge).

To disseminate the evaluation findings widely we also produced a multimedia clip, as featured below.

Entry filed under: Advocacy evaluation, Campaign evaluation, Communication evaluation, Development evaluation, Evaluation reporting. Tags: , .

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