Intervention heat map of Germany’s climate change adaptation portfolio and an intervention/outcome meta-analysis

10/2019 -12/2019

PROJECT COORDINATOR

Guido Fernández de Velasco

TECHNICAL LEAD

Luis Sánchez

TEAM

Nathalie Doswald
Jerónimo Rocío
Perla Aguirre

Adaptation

The main purpose of the intervention heat map was to map the funding and number of projects that the German Development Cooperation (GDC) is spending on climate change adaptation (CCA) impacts in each of the intervention/outcome cells of the existing evidence gap map (EGM) on CCA. The meta-analysis statistically analysed the effect size of one specific intervention/outcome in the existing EGM on CCA, i.e. the access to credit as a determinant of autonomous adaptation to climate change. 

Main tasks – heat map:

  • Provide evidence on which CCA interventions, outcomes, and sectors receive GDC funding; 
  • Compare and contrast this evidence with the evidence in the existing EGM on CCA; 
  • Promote learning, feedback, and knowledge sharing among the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and implementing organizations; 
  • Inform the future formulation and implementation of GDC CCA financing and activities. 

Main tasks – meta-analysis:

  • Provide evidence on the effect size of an intervention/outcome that is relevant for the GDC.

 

Main outputsheat map:

  • A coding matrix with all coded GDC’s bilateral projects on adaptation; 
  • A report of the intervention heat map that details the findings of the intervention heat map and compares them with the evidence in the existing EGM on CCA. 

 

Main outputsmeta-analysis:

  • A meta-analysis of one specific intervention/outcome in the existing EGM on CCA and final report.

 

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