Experts from Kenya’s National Drought Management Authority (NDMA) were trained in the use of Di Monitoring to track progress in the implementation of the organisation’s strategic plan. The training, titled User Level Training on Project Monitoring and Evaluation took place from 28th to 31st May in Nakuru. The Di Monitoring tool will also help to link NDMA’s activities to the broader Ending Drought Emergencies (EDE) initiative.
Since its inception in 2012/2013, considerable progress has been made on various fronts in the implementation of IDDRSI throughout the IGAD region, with a number of achievements having been recorded, including the following:
This independent Mid Term Review of the implementation of the first Phase (2013-2017) of the IDDRSI Strategy, is part of the commitment of IGAD Member States and Partners to generate solid evidence for the progress of the IGAD Drought Disaster Resilience and Sustainability Initiative Strategy (2013 – 2027)
This third edition of the Resilience Focus magazine has been produced in collaboration with the Drylands Learning and Capacity Building Initiative (DLCI), an independent regional resource and facilitation organisation based in Kenya.
The Resilience Focus magazine aims at providing a platform for sharing views and experiences between and among planners, facilitators, practitioners and beneficiaries of the IGAD Drought Resilience and Sustainability Initiative (IDDRSI).
This report was produced by the Resilience Analysis Unit (RAU) and prepared by the RAU technical team composed of: Cinzia Papavero (WFP), Eugenie Reidy (UNICEF), Saif Abdelrhman (IGAD), Francis Opiyo (UNDP), Kassim Farah (IGAD), Tesfaye Beshah (FAO), RAU Technical Coordinator.