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Programme Cooperation Agreement 2014: Final Report for the Period 01 January 2014 to 01 March 2015

01 Mar 2015

During 2014, GRID-Arendal completed over 70 projects organised in five main programme areas: 1) Environmental Crime 2) Transboundary Waters 3) Support to ODA Countries in Environmental Management 4) Adaptation to Climate Change and 5) Marine and Coastal Resources. This Final Report provides an overview of the programme delivery and highlights the results that have been achieved during this period. A detailed financial report is also included.

In line with the principles and terminology laid out in NORAD’s guide on Results Based Management, the effects of GRID-Arendal’s work under the PCA fall into one of three categories along the results chain: outputs are the direct products and services generated by programme activities; outcomes are the effects that these products and services have on the target group; and impacts are the long-term changes, or improvements that occur in society or in the state of the environment.

Status: Completed

Type: Programme Cooperation Agreement

Author: GRID-Arendal

Year of publication: 2015

Publisher: GRID-Arendal

Place of publication: Arendal

Tags: climate change coastal ecosystems environmental crime marine environment report transboundary governance

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GRID-Arendal's activities are nearly always a cooperative undertaking made possible through collaboration with partners and donors.