Independent Evaluation of the One UN Climate Change Learning Partnership - 2017-2020 implementation Phase


UN CC:Learn is a partnership of 36 multilateral organizations working to build human capacities in developing and transition countries to plan and implement effective climate change actions. It aims to strengthen climate change (CC) learning globally, regionally and nationally. A independent end of project evaluation was undertaken to assess the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, impact, coherence and project management of the UN CC:Learn project’s fourth phase, drawing on experiences from previous phases. The evaluation seeks to identify what went well, as well as any problems or challenges encountered. It makes recommendations and notes lessons learned on project design, implementation and management, which also seek to inform future project phases. The evaluation used both qualitative and quantitative approaches, commencing with an initial desk review and stakeholder analysis. From this analysis, the evaluation questions were developed and stakeholder surveys created. The key evaluation tools used were stakeholder interviews, two national / regional case studies, surveys of four stakeholder groups, and a literature review and website review.

Report Details


  • United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)

Report Type

  • Project/Programme


Completed Date

  • Sep 2020

Consultant Name

  • Mike Wiggins

Agency Focal Person

  • Katinka Koke

Agency Focal Person Email



  • 376

Joint Evaluation

  • No

Pooled Funding Evaluation

  • N/A


  • SDG 13 - Climate Action