Chapter 2: Making the “Climate Case” for Your Project

World Meteorological Organization. 2018. Climate Rationale Methodology (draft). 68pp.

Green Climate Fund. 2018. Steps to Enhance the Climate Rationale of GCF-Supported Activities. 8pp.

Chapter 3: Linking Your Project to Existing Policies and Frameworks

United Nations Development Programme. 2012. Designing Climate Change Adaptation Initiatives. 62pp.

Chapter 4: Incorporating Gender Equity, Disability, and Social Inclusion Issues

Diamond, Nancy K., and Dominique Lellement. 2014. Integrating Gender in Climate Change Adaptation Proposals. 166pp. USAID.

GCF. 2017. Mainstreaming Gender in Green Climate Fund Projects. Songdo, South Korea. 78pp.

Chapter 5 Identifying and Addressing the Problem: Designing a “Theory of Change”

Unite Nations Environment Programme. 2017. Use of Theory of Change in Project Evaluations. 10pp.

Chapter 6 Developing a Logical Framework

Asian Development Bank (ADB). 2016. Guidelines for Preparing a Design and Monitoring Framework. Mandaluyong City, Philippines. 54pp.

Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD). 1999. The Logical Framework Approach (LFA): Handbook for Objectives-Oriented Planning (4th Edition). Oslo, Norway. 111pp.

World Bank. ND. The LogFrame Handbook: A Logical Framework Approach to Project Cycle Management. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. 112pp.

Chapter 7 Monitoring and Evaluation

Hammill, Anne, Julie Dekens, Timo Leiter, Julia Olivier, Lena Klockermann, Eva Stock, and Anne Glaser. 2014. Repository of Adaptation Indicators: Real Case Examples from National Monitoring and Evaluation Systems. GIZ & IISD. 74pp.

Kusek, Jody Zall, and Ray C. Rist. 2014. Ten Steps to a Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation System. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. 268pp.

PACT. 2016. Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Learning (MERL) for Peacebuilding Programs. Washington, D.C.: Pact. 136pp.

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). 2009. Handbook on Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results. New York, NY: UNDP. 232pp.

World Bank. 2004. Monitoring and Evaluation: Some Tools, Methods and Approaches. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. 26pp.