Impact and Learning

Understanding what difference the IKI is making

The mere launch of climate and biodiversity protection projects does not by default translate into reduced greenhouse gases, floods being prevented or ecosystems flourishing after years of degradation. Rather, what matters is that these measures planned are implemented in a way that will actually bring about these positive outcomes.

In order to make sense of the progress made by individual projects and the IKI as a whole, and to gain a clearer understanding of effective approaches, the IKI repeatedly puts itself to the test. To achieve this, it deploys various monitoring and evaluation questions and tools. The reflections triggered and insights thus gained are fed into IKI-wide learning and exchange with other organisations, thereby ensuring effective climate and biodiversity protection projects.

For more information on the IKI’s Monitoring, Evaluation and Knowledge Management.

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