This guidance intends to build the capacity of local governments and NGOs to undertake such analyses, by presenting a simplified evaluative framework. It focuses primarily on climate change adaptation interventions, but can also be useful for appraising and evaluating development projects more broadly (e.g. health interventions, education programmes, etc.). This guidance follows a case-study approach whereby we present elements of our recent application of CBA to community-based adaptation in Niger in order to illustrate the process step-by-step.

Author names: 
Vardakoulias, Olivier
Year: 
2014
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Vardakoulias, Olivier [ed. Natalie Nicholles] (2014): Simplified guidelines for Social Cost-Benefit Analysis of Climate Change adaptation projects on a local scale. London, UK.

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