An Integrated Result Framework for Tracking Progress in Climate Change Ambitions and Actions in Rwanda


June 1, 2023 - Getaw Tadesse and Julie Collins

AKADEMIYA2063 CACCI Field Notes are publications by AKADEMIYA2063 scientists and collaborators based on research conducted under the Comprehensive Action for Climate Change Initiative (CACCI) project. CACCI strives to help accelerate the implementation of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and National Adaptation Plans (NAPs) by meeting the needs for data and analytics and supporting institutional and coordination capacities. In Africa, CACCI works closely with the African Union Commission, AKADEMIYA2063, the African Network of Agricultural Policy Research Institutes (ANAPRI), and climate stakeholders in selected countries to inform climate planning and strengthen capacities for evidence-based policymaking to advance progress toward climate goals.

Published on the AKADEMIYA2063 website (open access), CACCI Field Notes provide broad and timely access to significant insights and evidence from our ongoing research activities in the areas of climate adaptation and mitigation. The data made available through this publication series will provide evidence-based insights to practitioners and policymakers driving climate action in countries where the CACCI project is being implemented.

AKADEMIYA2063’s work under the CACCI project contributes to the provision of technical expertise to strengthen national, regional, and continental capacity for the implementation of NDCs and NAPs.

AKADEMIYA2063 is committed to supporting African countries in their efforts against climate change through provision of data and analytics using the latest available technologies. Under CACCI, for which Rwanda is a pilot study country, this Field Note aims to guide the tracking of progress in implementing Rwanda’s NDC and Green Growth and Climate Resilient Strategy (GGCRS), which represents the NAP.

CACCI is supported by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) through the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Research, Capacity, and Influence (PRCI) led by Michigan State University (MSU). The views expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect those of the funder.


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