ALivE Planning Tool is a computer-based tool designed to support its users in organising and analysing information to plan effective EbA options within a broader EbA planning process. ALivE stands for Adaptation, Livelihoods and Ecosystems. It is a rapid qualitative assessment technique that can be applied in any ecosystem, enabling the users to:
Understand and analyse linkages among ecosystems, livelihoods and climate change.
Identify and prioritise EbA options for community and ecosystem resilience.
Design project activities that facilitate implementation of priority EbA options.
Identify key elements and indicators for a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) framework.
This user manual provides you with detailed guidance on applying ALivE as part of the EbA planning process. In addition to step-by-step instructions for using the tool itself, the manual provides a framework and methodologies for collecting and organising the information required to use ALivE, as well as guidance on identifying entry points for integrating EbA into policies and planning processes.
The User Manual also comes in other 6 languages: