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Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning (MEL) Programme of the UK Government International Climate Fund

The MEL programme will redesign and test the UK-ICF’s key performance indicators, conduct macro evaluations across the portfolio, and communicate widely the key messages and programme learning to enhance the utility and effectiveness of climate finance in the future.


The purpose of the MEL contract is to improve the effectiveness and value of climate funds and to improve the management and measurement of climate finance in the future. It will specifically:

  • Help address a critical evidence gap on effective approaches to promote and support low carbon, climate resilient growth and development;
  • Support transparency, accountability and strengthened capacity for measurement-based performance management of international climate finance and results;
  • Encourage harmonisation and alignment of climate finance monitoring and evaluation activities, systems and agendas; and
  • Facilitate, capture and synthesise lessons learned to inform future investments.


  • Complete review, development and testing of a set of robust Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and supporting methodologies for the climate finance investments. 
  • Analysis and synthesis of complex and varied programme level evaluation evidence from across the portfolio. This will fill critical data gaps and draw on experiences from across the ICF and more widely about how, where and why (or why not) climate change programmes are effective and achieve results. The team will deliver a series of macro evaluations and synthesis papers;
  • Gathering, sharing and dissemination of results, evidence, knowledge and lessons from across the ICF portfolio. This will include international engagement activities; and the use of a knowledge and results platform.

Other Details

Start Date:08/01/2015
End Date:09/30/2019


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