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Carbon Initiative For Development (Ci-Dev)

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Project Data Last Updated: 15/06/2021

IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-13-ICF-0025-CiDev

Documents

Title Doc Type Categories
Ci-Dev Annual Review 2020 Results, outcomes and outputs Review of project performance and evaluation
LTS Evaluation of the Carbon Market Finance Programme - Mid Term Evaluation Report Review of project performance and evaluation
Ci-Dev Annual Review 2019 Results, outcomes and outputs Review of project performance and evaluation
Ci-Dev Website Activity web page
Ci-Dev Logframe 2018 Results, outcomes and outputs
Ci-Dev Logframe 2017 Results, outcomes and outputs
Ci-Dev Evaluation Report Review of project performance and evaluation
Ci-Dev Annual Review 18-19 Results, outcomes and outputs Review of project performance and evaluation
Ci-Dev Annual Review 17-18 Results, outcomes and outputs Review of project performance and evaluation
Ci-Dev Annual Review 16-17 Results, outcomes and outputs Review of project performance and evaluation
Ci-Dev Extension Business Case Intended ultimate beneficiaries Budget Conditions Objectives / Purpose of activity Pre- and post-project impact appraisal
Ci-Dev Business Case Intended ultimate beneficiaries Budget Conditions Objectives / Purpose of activity Pre- and post-project impact appraisal

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