The GIZ Global Project ‘Mainstreaming EbA - strengthening ecosystem-based adaptation in planning and decision-making processes' launched a collection of publications exploring climate justice aspects in EbA.
FAKT is pleased to announce that two GIZ publications on pastoralism were published recently.
FAKT supports environmentally conscious actions in various areas and tries, among other things, to avoid as many emissions from electricity and heating energy as well as paper as possible and prioritises travel by rail or public transport.
FAKT organised and held a hybrid workshop on Green Skills and Green Jobs for FAKT consultants in November 2022. Various concepts and approaches in development cooperation were presented and complemented with a short overview on FAKT’s current work in developing a series of studies in this field.
On the 1st of December 2022, the GIZ Global Project Mainstreaming EbA will launch its new collection of publications on Climate justice in Ecosystem-based Adaptation, developed together with FAKT.
Within the framework of the annual meeting of DeGEval - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Evaluation e.V.
FAKT Consult has developed and funded this paper to explore approaches and practices set out to support young people in rural areas to become productive members of rural societies.
Remote consulting and evaluation have played a role for a long time, but in times of Covid-19 their relevance increased massively. FAKT consultants need to be familiar with the many forms it can take and the tools that can be used.
A practical guidance to the implementation of the Brot für die Welt policies.
Digitisation is playing an increasingly important role in development cooperation and offers not only new information and communication technologies but also a multitude of new opportunities for cooperation between the various actors.
FAKT provides conceptual and technical support to the GIZ team of the project in DR Congo. In cooperation with GIZ, we are developing an app that can be used to continuously document information on the implementation of project activities and to measure their impact.
Wolfgang Heinrich, veteran expert on the Do No Harm approach and involved in its development from early days, provided a one-day training for FAKT consultants in October 2019 on how to implement the Do No Harm approach.
FAKT is part of the consortium with Adelphi, GOPA, arepo consult and Ceval which is implementing the second project evaluation cycle of the International Climate Change Initiative (Internationale Klimaschutzinitiative, IKI) of the German Environment Ministry (BMU) from 2019 to 2021.
A day’s input and reflection of FAKT consultants in April 2019 served to understand the chances of digitalisation for consultancies and for development interventions. Nora Hauptman of betterplace.lab gave a vivid overview of trends with lots of practical examples.
In 2015, FAKT conducted an ex-post impact analysis of environmental projects on the Balkans, commissioned by the Austrian Development Agency ADA. 37 projects were analysed.