Mid-Term Review of the Resource Allocation Framework. Sub-regional Workshop for GEF Focal Points in Asia Manila, 15-16 May 2008. Context. Why this “ review ” ? (or evaluation) Part of the GEF-4 negotiations and requested by the Council: evaluate after two years of implementation
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Mid-Term Review of the Resource Allocation Framework
Sub-regional Workshop for GEF Focal Points in Asia
Manila, 15-16 May 2008
Why this “review”? (or evaluation)
Evaluate the degree to which resources have been allocated to countries in a transparent and cost-effective manner, based on global environmental benefits and country performance
Early timing MTR: focus on design + process so far
Implementation - continued:
CURRENT (May 2008)
General issues related to all or most countries
Clarification on MTR
Specific issues related to specific group of countries
See how RAF has affected countries in different contexts
More detail and debate
For all: identify issues for RAF Vs issues related to other reforms?
Issues specific to one (or constituency) country
Pipeline + projects
Info on indicator data on experts available in-country
What results are you expecting from the MTR?
What inputs can you provide?
Group 1: Countries with Individual Allocations for both focal areas (9) : China, Indonesia, India, Iran, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam
Group 3: Countries with Group Allocations for both focal areas (4): Bhutan, Nepal, Myanmar, Maldives
RAF issues for MTR:
Identify barriers to RAF use (such as project cycle, lack of information, other reforms)
What helps RAF
Effects of RAF
“Non-RAF ” issues:
Details on barriers to RAF use Explain why and how barriers affect RAF
Problems that are common to all focal areas Explain why does it affect RAF in particular?