Resources & Training
This fact sheet provides a description of the I-JEDI tool and information on how the tool can be linked with a broader development impact assessment framework to comprehensively evaluate impacts of clean energy and other low carbon actions.
The I-JEDI user guide provides detailed information on how to use the I-JEDI tool and information on data needs, assumptions and results.
I-JEDI Spreadsheet Model
Use the I-JEDI spreadsheet version of the model to see exactly how it all comes together.
Video Tutorial and Presentations
This I-JEDI tutorial walks users through how to use the tool and provides information on key data needs, inputs, outputs and assumptions.
International Jobs and Economic Development Impacts (I-JEDI) Model
This presentation provides an overview of the I-JEDI model including key assumptions, data and methodology, as well as a few short case studies on JEDI applications.
Africa AFOLU Community of Practice Webinar
This webinar focuses on tailoring the I-JEDI model to support economic and job impact assessment in the AFOLU sectors, as well as current capabilities for the energy sector.
Development Impact Assessment Framework (DIA) and Tutorial
The DIA Framework supports qualitative and quantitative DIA analyses to inform decision-making and catalyze implementation of low carbon actions. The I-JEDI model's outputs can feed into the broader the DIA Framework and provide valuable information on specific clean energy actions, supporting prioritization and informed decision-making.
DIA Web Course
A seven-part web series to introduce the DIA framework, learn common DIA steps, and see examples of DIA application.
The DIA Toolkit helps practitioners and policymakers find tools and approaches to assess specific impacts of low carbon actions. These tools and impact analyses can feed into broader DIA processes described on the webpage.
Development Impact Assessment Publications
Development Impact Assessment Highlights Co-Benefits of GHG Mitigation Actions
Assessing Development Impacts Associated with LEDS: Lessons Learned from Pilot Efforts in Kenya and Montenegro
Development Impact Assessment Case Study: South Africa
Custom region allows you to use the I-JEDI model for your region of interest, be it a country, geographic region, county, etc.
Custom region begins with one of three starting points, based off of different sources each suited for different areas.
To learn more about custom region and where to begin, click here.