Publications

This section contains evaluation reports, evaluation syntheses, baseline reports, reviews, surveys and studies, policy briefs and publications by DEval employees.

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Policy Brief: Increasing the Relevance and Effectiveness of Residual Climate Risk Management in German Development Cooperation

  • Dr Gerald Leppert
  • Alexandra Köngeter
  • Kevin Moull

Losses and damages in the context of the climate crisis pose major challenges for development cooperation. They result from residual climate risks, i.e. risks that remain after risks have been reduced through mitigation and adaptation. As part of the evaluation of climate change adaptation interventions, DEval examined the instruments of German development cooperation for managing residual climate risks (Leppert et al., 2021). This Policy Brief shows how their relevance and effectiveness can be increased.

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  • Leppert, G., A. Köngeter and K. Moull (2022), Increasing the Relevance and Effectiveness of Residual Climate Risk Management in German Development Cooperation, DEval Policy Brief 6/2022, German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval), Bonn.
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Policy Brief: Relevanz und Wirksamkeit der deutschen EZ im Umgang mit residualen Klimarisiken steigern

  • Dr Gerald Leppert
  • Alexandra Köngeter
  • Kevin Moull

Schäden und Verluste im Kontext der Klimakrise stellen die Entwicklungszusammenarbeit (EZ) vor große Herausforderungen. Sie sind Folgen residualer Klimarisiken, also Risiken, die nach Risikoreduzierung durch Klimaschutz und Maßnahmen zur Anpassung an den Klimawandel verbleiben. Das DEval untersuchte im Rahmen der Evaluierung von Maßnahmen zur Anpassung an den Klimawandel die Instrumente der deutschen EZ im Umgang mit residualen Klimarisiken (Leppert et al., 2021). Dieser Policy Brief zeigt, wie ihre Relevanz und Wirkungen erhöht werden können.

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  • Leppert, G., A. Köngeter und K. Moull (2022), Relevanz und Wirksamkeit der deutschen EZ im Umgang mit residualen Klimarisiken steigern, DEval Policy Brief 6/2022, Deutsches Evaluierungsinstitut der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit (DEval), Bonn.
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Policy Brief: Strengthening Residual Climate Risk Management in German Development Cooperation

  • Dr Gerald Leppert
  • Alexandra Köngeter
  • Kevin Moull

By international comparison, German development cooperation has a large portfolio to support developing and emerging countries in managing climate risks comprehensively. As part of the
evaluation of climate change adaptation interventions, DEval examined the instruments of German development cooperation for managing residual climate risks (Leppert et al., 2021). This policy brief summarises the key findings of this evaluation.   

Bibliographical information

  • Leppert, G., A. Köngeter and K. Moull (2022), Strengthening Residual Climate Risk Management in German Development Cooperation, DEval Policy Brief 5/2022, German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval), Bonn.
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Policy Brief: Deutsche EZ zum Umgang mit residualen Klimarisiken stärken

  • Dr Gerald Leppert
  • Alexandra Köngeter
  • Kevin Moull

Die deutsche Entwicklungszusammenarbeit (EZ) verfügt im internationalen Vergleich über ein großes Portfolio, um Entwicklungs- und Schwellenländer im umfassenden Umgang mit Klimarisiken zu unterstützen. Im Rahmen der Evaluierung von Maßnahmen zur Anpassung an den Klimawandel hat das DEval die Instrumente der deutschen EZ zum Umgang mit residualen Klimarisiken untersucht (Leppert et al., 2021). Dieser Policy Brief fasst die zentralen Ergebnisse dieser Evaluierung zusammen. 

Bibliographical information

  • Leppert, G., A. Köngeter und K. Moull (2022), Deutsche EZ zum Umgang mit residualen Klimarisiken stärken, DEval Policy Brief 5/2022, Deutsches Evaluierungsinstitut der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit (DEval), Bonn.
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Policy Brief: What Do We Know About the Effects of Private Sector Engagement?

  • Valerie Habbel
  • Amélie Gräfin zu Eulenburg

Development cooperation has created a range of instruments to support private companies wishing to invest in partner countries whilst also pursuing development goals. These instruments are primarily expected to mobilise the additional funding needed to finance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). But as to how far private sector engagement is achieving this and other objectives, until now the only research has taken the form of evaluations
and academic studies on individual projects and instruments. In the evaluation synthesis by DEval (Habbel et al., 2021) the available evidence on private sector engagement is analysed systematically for the first time. This policy brief summarises the most important findings and recommendations from the evaluation synthesis by DEval. 

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  • Habbel, V. und A. G. zu Eulenburg (2022), What Do We Know About the Effects of Private Sector Engagement?, DEval Policy Brief 3/2022, German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval), Bonn.
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Evaluation Synthesis - Private Sector Engagement

  • Valerie Habbel
  • Magdalena Orth-Rempel
  • Johanna Richter
  • Steffen Schimko

Cooperation between development policy actors and the private sector is becoming increasingly important, among other reasons because the development community anticipates that it will mobilise additional resources for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Until now, however, the only research on whether the goals of such cooperation have been achieved has taken the form of evaluations and academic studies on individual projects and instruments. This evaluation synthesis attempts to fill this gap by systematically analysing the available evidence on private sector engagement within German and international development cooperation.

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Bibliographical information

  • Habbel, V. et al. (2021), Evaluation Synthesis – Private Sector Engagement, German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval), Bonn.
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