Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning for Advancing Resilience under the Community Resilience Partnership Program

Publication | February 2024

This note explains how ADB’s Community Resilience Partnership Program helps countries in Asia and the Pacific ramp up investment in adaptation to bolster the resilience of the region’s poor and vulnerable communities against the rising impacts of climate change.

Outlining how climate change threatens lives and livelihoods, it highlights the importance of investing in large scale flexible and transformational adaptation measures that tackle interlinked vulnerabilities. It shows the need for public investment and national policies to promote financing for community-led initiatives, and sets out why monitoring, evaluation, and learning is central to tackling structural inequalities and producing long-term, inclusive change.


  • Why Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning is Central to the Community Resilience Partnership Program’s Transformational Approach to Adaptation
  • Principles of Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning under the Community Resilience Partnership Program
  • How the Community Resilience Partnership Program Will Approach Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning through Supported Projects
  • Transaction Technical Assistance for Project Preparation and Grants for Implementation Support
  • Knowledge and Support Technical Assistance

Additional Details

  • Climate change
  • Promoting climate resilient development
  • 16
  • 8.5 x 11
  • ARM240084-2

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