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INDICATORS ON PROJECT RESULTS
|Indicator||Target||Baseline||Value||Source of verification|
|Number of activity data sets for key categories collected from primary sources and significantly improved (at least)||7||5||0||Validated by GHG inventory experts through consultations|
|Number of NDC policies for which indicators have been identified or developed||7||3||0||Validated by concerned stakeholders|
|Number QA/QC procedures for inventory and NDC tracking developed||2||1||0||Validated by concerned stakeholders|
|Number of pages developed of MISCA data entry||7||1||0||Validated by concerned stakeholders|
|Number of shared experiences with developing countries through several formats||4||0||0||UNDP country office oversight of annual reports|
|Quality of Lebanon’s GHG inventory has improved, with institutional arrgts||4||2||0||UNDP country office oversight of annual reports|
|# direct project beneficiaries (disaggregated by gender)||120 (40% women)||11||0||UNDP country office oversight of annual reports|
|Number of baseline assessment report||1||0||0||Report validated by concerned stakeholders|
|Number of agreements drafted with key ministries||2||0||0||Agreement text validated by concerned ministries|
|number of terms of references for MRVCE and MRV network of partners drafted||2||0||0||ToRs validated by concerned stakeholders|
|Number of experts trained on 2006 IPCC guidelines (disaggregated by sex)||48 (40% women)||11||0||UNDP country office oversight of annual reports|
|Number of government staff and sectoral experts trained on policy progress tracking, GHG quantification of projects and strategies||48 (40% women)||0||0||UNDP country office oversight of annual reports|
|Number of training materials produced for institutional sustainability||3||0||0||Training materials disseminated to stakeholders|
|Number of transparency strategic framework developed||1||0||0||Validated by MRV network of partners|
|Number of emission factors developed for key categories (at least)||3||1||0||Validated by GHG inventory experts through consultations|
STATUS OF PROJECT OUTPUTS AND ACTIVITIES
1.1 Established national transparency framework in line with national priorities.
1.1.1 Transparency baseline established and priorities set.
1.1.1.a. Analysis of quality of information in GHG inventory
1.1.1.b. Assessment of NDC policies’ status, and category prioritization for developing progress indicators
1.1.1.c. Overview of climate finance tracking
1.1.1.d. Synopsis of existing institutional arrangements and recommendations
1.1.2 National MRV system established through an MRV network of partners for information sharing on mitigation, adaptation and support.
1.1.2.a. Establishment of the MRVCE
1.1.2.b. Identification of MRV-network of partners
1.1.2.c. Drafting of institutional terms of reference for the MRVCE and for the MRV network of partners
1.1.2.d. Recommendations for institutionalizing the flow of climate information
1.2 Enabled national institutions to implement transparency related activities.
1.2.1 National institutions, capacities built for the preparation of sectoral GHG inventories using the 2006 IPCC guidelines.
1.2.1.a. Delivery of a series of trainings on the 2006 IPCC guidelines for energy, industry and wastewater
1.2.1.b. Provision of enhanced 2006 IPCC guidelines training
1.2.2 National institutions, capacities built to track and report progress of mitigation and adaptation actions and support received.
1.2.2 a. Provision of a series of trainings on 1) tracking progress of mitigation policies, and 2) identifying, prioritizing and developing corresponding progress indicators
1.2.2.b. Provision of a series of trainings on the quantification of GHG emissions from strategies and projects
1.2.2.c. Provision of a series of trainings to quantify resilience progress and share best practices from other countries
1.2.3 Long-term transparency strategy developed.
1.2.3.a. Development of a transparency strategy
1.2.3.b. Ownership of strategy by stakeholders
2.1 Improved capacities to monitor and track GHG inventory and mitigation and adaptation activities.
2.1.1 Parameters to enhance GHG inventories developed (AD, EF, etc.)
2.1.1.a. Development of emission factors and activity data for the energy (transport), waste and industrial sectors
2.1.2 Methodologies for QA/QC and uncertainty analysis developed.
2.1.2.a. Development of QA/QC procedures
2.1.2.b. Development of a step-wise approach to undergo an uncertainty analysis for the GHG inventory
2.1.2.c. Development of QA/QC practices for tracking progress of the NDC and support received
2.1.3 Indicators to track implementation progress of mitigation and adaptation activities and support received developed.
2.1.3.a. Establishment and/or enhancement, and prioritization of progress indicators for mitigation and adaptation actions
2.1.3.b. Assessment and prioritization of indicators for tracking finance, technology transfer and capacity-building
2.1.4 Web-based knowledge platform designed to share, store and analyze data and indicators.
2.1.4.a Expansion of MISCA to include pages for at least two more mitigation sectors, 2 pages for adaptation sectors, a support page and a repository of information
2.2 Project results disseminated to increase global cooperation.
2.2.1 Information on the project implementation, best practices, and lessons learned shared with other parties and initiatives through the Global Coordination Platform and other South-South cooperation network.
2.2.1.a.Sharing best practices elaborated through CBIT with other developing countries on different platforms project document
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