Selected IKI impacts, 2015–2022

In the reporting period 2015 to 2022, IKI projects stated the following …

New Standard Indicators

154,037 people

directly supported through networking and training.

25 projects reported on this in the data for the Standard Indicator ‘SI 4 - Capacity People’.

548,400,000

private capital catalysed.

17 projects reported on this in the data from the Standard Indicator ‘SI 5 - Leveraged Finance’.

245,500,000

private capital leveraged.

5 projects reported on this in the data from the Standard Indicator ‘SI 5 - Leveraged Finance’.

167,762 people

indirectly supported to better adapt to climate change.

4 projects report on this in the data on the Standard Indicator ‘SI 3 - Adaptation’.

Old Standard Indicators

14,200,000 t

CO2 equivalents directly mitigated.

29 projects reported on this in the data for the Standard Indicator Action Mitigation.

9,411 km

coast improved or protected.

89 projects reported on this in the data on the Standard Indicators Action Ecosystems and 'S2 - Ecosystems'. 

22,802,962 ha

area of ecosystems improved or protected.

64 projects reported on this in the data on the Standard Indicators Action Ecosystems.

1,070,000 people

directly supported by the project to adapt to climate change or to conserve ecosystems.

74 projects reported on this in the data on the Standard Indicator Action People.

Data

The current analysis was based on all IKI projects that provided plausible target or actual values for the Standard Indicators in the reporting period 2015 to 2022. This includes not only completed projects, but also projects that are still in the implementation phase.

Not all ongoing projects report on the SIs. The ones who aren’t are, amongst others, projects that have already been running for some time and which formerly reported using an old sub-set of Standard Indicators that have since been phased out, as well as some trust funds without binding agreements on SI reporting.

The IKI is in a transition phase and is working on closing these gaps in order to report on its cross-programme results based on an increasingly broader and improved coverage of its portfolio.

A note on data and comparisons with previous analyses

In isolated cases, figures for the Standard Indicators may also be lower when compared with previous analyses. The reasons for this are as follows: the IKI checks the plausibility of the data based on the annual interim reports. If a project makes adaptations to its explanatory notes that indicate irregularities in the data compared with older reports, a request for clarification is submitted for these data. If these ambiguities cannot be cleared up with the implementing organisation, then these data are not included in the analysis. In some cases, projects will also adjust their reported data upwards or downwards themselves.

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