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Results by sector: climate change 2012-13

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Table B: Bilateral and multilateral results by sector (DFID Results framework, Operational Plan and Multilateral results)
Sector: Climate change
BILATERAL RESULTS
DFID Results Framework Indicators
Country/Region Indicator Indicator type ** Results achieved up to 2011-12 inclusive Results achieved up to 2012-13 inclusive
All Numbers of people supported by DFID funding to cope with the effects of climate change Cumulative 20,000 250,000
Number of people with improved access to clean energy as a result of DFID funding Cumulative 980,000 1,120,000
Number of hectares where deforestation and degradation have been avoided Cumulative 1,000 3,000
Operational Plan Indicators
Country/Region Indicator * Indicator type ** Results achieved (in 2011/12) *** Results achieved (in 2012/13)
Africa Regional • Number of people directly benefitting from improved management of shared water basins • Number of people with improved access to low carbon energy Cumulative Final Year 350,000 - 370,000 ..
Ethiopia • Number of poor people better able to cope with climate shocks © - -
Kenya • Number of people supported by DFID funding to cope with the effects of climate change. - 5,000
Southern Africa **** • Tons of Co2 avoided / Gigawatts of low carbon energy installed (N) • South Africa hosts a successful COP 17 conference in 2011 which delivers progress on the global negotiations and on climate finance. (N, R, G) • Number of people directly benefitting from improved management of shared water basins (R) • Number of people with improved access to low carbon energy (R) Final Year Qualitative Cumulative Final Year .. Achieved 350,000 .. .. .. 370,000 ..
Tanzania • Number of people better able to cope with the effects of climate change Cumulative 700 420,000
Asia Regional • Number of people supported to cope with the impacts of climate change • Amount of funding leveraged and influenced by climate change programmes • Number of policy responses implemented or piloted that promote climate compatible development. • Number of people benefiting from improved water resource management that reduces climate vulnerability in regional rivers .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Bangladesh • Number of people with access to early warning systems Cumulative 480,000 23,880,000
Caribbean • Number of people better able to cope with the effects of climate change through support from DFID funded programmes • Number of new private sector investments and developers providing affordable low carbon energy • Number of regional, national and sectoral implementation plans using updates climatic risk data, gender analysis and results baselines .. .. .. 120,000 8 2 regional and 5 national
India • Number of additional people with access to low carbon energy (e.g. fuel efficient cook-stoves, solar lanterns) (across 8 low income states) Cumulative 510,000 50,000
Indonesia • Number of hectares where deforestation and degradation have been avoided through ICF support • Volume of public finance (£) mobilised for climate change purposes as a result of ICF funding • Volume of private finance mobilised for climate change purposes as a result of ICF funding • Level of integration of climate change in national planning as a result of ICF support • Level of awareness of climate change issues as a result of ICF support in districts supported under the Improving Governance of Land Use Programme Cumulative Cumulative Cumulative Cumulative Cumulative .. 74,000,000 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Nepal • Number of people with increased climate and disaster resilience • Number of poor and excluded people lifted out of poverty by DFID’s Forestry work Cumulative Cumulative .. 80,000 610,000 2,000
Vietnam • Low carbon action plans in highly emitting sectors are in place and government’s capacity for implementation improved with DFID support. - -
Footnotes
* These results relate to the headline priorities for our operational, regional and country programmes, as set out in the Department’s Operational
Plans for each programme, first published in 2011. They are specific to the operational context to which they relate, and draw on the most
appropriate project, country, or regional level data for each indicator. As such, while Operational Plan indicators from different programmes may
appear to report the same information, it may not be possible to combine results due to differences in the data and calculation methodologies.
** Cumulative indicators take the sum of the results achieved across the various years to measureperformance. Peak year indicators measure
performance by taking the maximum result achieved across all years; this is a prudent way to measure the number of unique individuals reached.
*** Key to data symbols: '-' = nil results
'0' = results between 0-499, so round to 0 when rounding to the nearest 1000 is applied
'..' = no results available yet
'n/a' = not applicable
**** Indicators labelled (N) refer to programmes within South Africa; indicators labelled (R) refer to southern Africa regional programmes.