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Assessing development impacts. Lessons from a case study in Ghana.

By: Cameron, Lachlan.
Contributor(s): Murphy, Deborah | Falzon, James | Hekkenberg, Michiel.
Publisher: Eschborn: GIZ, 2013Description: 45 p.Subject(s): Sector Energético - Tecnología | LEDS | NAMAS | GhanaDDC classification: 333.72 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online Summary: In this study, the Development Impact Assessment (DIA) visual was applied as a case study to six options in the Ghanaian energy sector. This report is one of two produced from that work. The first report focuses on the technical results of the case study, in terms of quantifying mitigation impacts and assessing development impacts (Cameron et al., 2013). This second report discusses the broader lessons learnt from the case study. The introductory chapter provides: information on the Ghanaian energy sector; a short history and understanding of the DIA visual itself; and the aims of the initial project. Chapter 2 gives a sampling of the historical use of development impact assessments in decision making based on a number of examples. Chapter 3 describes the approach and results from the Ghana case study. Chapter 4 draws lessons from the process and findings with conclusions presented in Chapter 5.
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In this study, the Development Impact Assessment (DIA) visual was applied as a case study to six options in the Ghanaian energy sector. This report is one of two produced from that work. The first report focuses on the technical results of the case study, in terms of quantifying mitigation impacts and assessing development impacts (Cameron et al., 2013). This second report discusses the broader lessons learnt from the case study. The introductory chapter provides: information on the Ghanaian energy sector; a short history and understanding of the DIA visual itself; and the aims of the initial project. Chapter 2 gives a sampling of the historical use of development impact assessments in decision making based on a number of examples. Chapter 3 describes the approach and results from the Ghana case study. Chapter 4 draws lessons from the process and findings with conclusions presented in Chapter 5.

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