Final Evaluation of the Vietnam Child-centered Climate Resilience Program

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Plan International,Save the Children

This document is a report based on an independent evaluation of the Child Centred Climate Resilience program in Vietnam. The evaluation and report was commissioned by Save the Children, and supported by the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The program, which took place between May 2012 and June 2015 was implemented through a consortium approach led by Save the Children and jointly managed and implemented by Save the Children and Plan International.

Building on existing relationships and programs in the country, and with a specific mandate in developing child-centred approaches to community-based adaptation; the programme aimed to build the capacity of children and their communities to manage the impacts of climate change by increasing their ability to plan for and directly manage the negative impacts of climate variability and climate change, and to improve the ability of government and civil society to meet the adaptation needs of children and their communities. The program operated in line with national objectives to develop and implement the nation’s strategic and operational responses to climate change risk, and to create and strengthen institutional capacity to respond to climate change.

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