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NAMA Facility Mid-Term Evaluation Report, Annex series

Jan 13, 2017

This  Mid-Term Evaluation (MTE) report is the product of the MTE of the NAMA Facility, a multi-donor climate finance facility. The target audience of the evaluation is primarily the NAMA Facility’s Technical Support Unit (TSU) and donors but likewise other stakeholder e.g. actors that have an interest in NAMA Support Projects (as potential applicants or funders) are also considered to be among its wider audience. The MTE was carried out between May and November 2016 by LTS International. 

NAMA Facility Flyer
Monitoring and Evaluation Guidance for NAMA Support Projects
Monitoring and Evaluation Framework
Executive Summary NAMA Facility annual report 2015
Tool for Business model and Finance
Tool for determining GHG mitigation potential in NSPs
NAMA Facility - General Information Document
NAMA Facility 4th Call – list with country and sector information of submissions
NAMA Facility Mid-Term Evaluation Report
NAMA Facility Mid-Term Evaluation Report, Annex 1
Management Response - NAMA Facility Mid-Term Evaluation
NAMA Facility Mid-Term Evaluation Report – Executive Summary
NAMA Facility Stakeholder Consultation - Proceedings and outcomes
Short presentation NAMA Facility
Financing the Implementation of NAMAs – lessons learned from the assessment of 3 Calls of the NAMA Facility
Lessons Learned 2014 - Financing the Implementation of NAMAs
Intervention logic of the NAMA Facility
Webinar I: Webinar Transformational change and financial mechanisms
Webinar II: NAMA Facility Webinar: Introduction 4th Call
Webinar III: 4th Call Clarifications and FAQ
NAMA Facility experts discussing: financial mechanisms, readiness, transformational change, business models
Challenges in designing NAMAs in the waste sector Experiences from the NAMA Facility portfolio
NAMA Facility presentation at Latin American and Caribbean Carbon Forum (LACCF)
Financial Mechanisms in the NAMA Facility
Sustainable development co-benefits in the NAMA Facility