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Monitoring climate change action and impacts: the Mozambique National Climate Change Monitoring and Evaluation Framework

Since climate change can no longer be avoided, and projections indicate that its impacts in Mozambique will increase both in frequency and intensity, the National Strategy for Adaptation and Mitigation of Climate Change (ENAMMC) has identified key action areas and activities to reduce the severity of impacts. These include adaptation measures, reduction of climate risks, and opportunities for mitigation, as well as low carbon development and the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. An important policy requirement is for annual reporting to the Cabinet on implementation progress and impacts of the strategy.
For this reason, a national monitoring and evaluation (M&E) framework has been developed which is fully integrated with government planning and budget systems.  This framework was approved by the government  in October 2014 as part of the Development of Policy and Operations (DPO) of the World Bank-supported project, and it provides the basis for national reporting on climate change responses to the Council of Ministers , to international conventions, and to international climate financing bodies.  

For this reason, a national monitoring and evaluation (M&E) framework has been developed which is fully integrated with government planning and budget systems.   This framework was approved by the government  in October 2014 as part of the Development of Policy and Operations (DPO) of the World Bank-supported project, and it provides the basis for national reporting on climate change responses to the Council of Ministers , to international conventions, and to international climate financing bodies.  

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