The project aims to identify the contextual features that will affect the viability of interventions with potential to increase climate-resilience of smallholder farmers and pastoralists in the target areas (Northern Governorate of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan) with a wider view to mitigating the impacts if climate change and variability and contributing to the green growth and food security in Jordan.

Period of Implementation

Jun 8, 2023 - Dec 31, 2023
Total Budget

USD 60,000.00



Goals of the pre-feasibility study are; -Technical, economic, social feasibility of the proposed interventions -Risks, sustainability and reliability potential of climate-smart interventions -Gaps in climate resilience investments include investment in smart agriculture, sustainable natural resource management, and water harvesting projects -Alignment of the proposed interventions with the GCF's investment criteria


The specific objective of the pre-feasibility study is to assess the technical, economic, and social feasibility of potential scientifically proven technologies for the targeted areas. This will be done through in depth primary and secondary data collection and analysis.

Problems and Needs Analysis

Given that the proposed GCF 'project aims to enhance the climate resilience of smallholder farmers and pastoralists to mitigate the impacts of climate change and variability; and contribute to green growth and food security in Jordan, it is necessary to set up the pre-feasibility study result areas based on the key assessment areas (technical, environmental, economic and social), and to develop research questions around these areas to provide clear guidance for the methodology analysis.

Intervention Strategy(ies)

The project will map relevant stakeholders for the project, develop stakeholder consultation summary providing evidence of the engagements undertaken to date and provide evidence and7or track record of the chosen Executing Entity's capacity to deliver. The project will provide description of the Accredited Entity's track record and capacity for GCF project development and implementation. The project will describe indicative implementation arrangements and governance of the project (e.g., national implementing modalities, steering committees, project management unit composition, etc.) The project will describe WPS's and the programme/project-level grievance redress mechanism(s).

Impact Pathway

The project will include activities such as literature review and secondary data collection, key informant interviews, semi-structured interviews and focus group discussions.

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