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Multicountry Project Arrangements. Dr. Juha I. Uitto GEF Monitoring and Evaluation ([email protected]). Objectives. Thematic Review carried out in 1999/2000 To learn from GEF projects involving two or more countries: -> What works and what doesn’t? -> Under what circumstances?

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Multicountry project arrangements

Multicountry Project Arrangements

Dr. Juha I. Uitto

GEF Monitoring and Evaluation

([email protected])


Objectives

Objectives

  • Thematic Review carried out in 1999/2000

  • To learn from GEF projects involving two or more countries:

    -> What works and what doesn’t?

    -> Under what circumstances?

  • Review of 36 projects, mostly in International Waters (some Biodiversity)


Gef s facilitative role

GEF’s Facilitative Role

  • GEF can play an important role in facilitating approaches and helping countries deal with transboundary environmental problems

  • Complex multicountry and multi-implementing agency structures require careful preparation and longer timeframes


Shared vision commitment

Shared Vision/Commitment

  • Can be facilitated by initial strategic projects

  • Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis (TDA) can help countries to move towards a Strategic Action Program (SAP) of country-specific and regional actions


Broad based participation

Broad-based Participation

  • Political commitment required

  • Regional agreement or convention useful

  • Involve all stakeholders: public and private sectors, scientific community, civil society

  • NGOs can ensure transparency and political support


Multiple levels of institutions

Multiple Levels of Institutions

  • International: Treaty or Convention

  • National: Inter-Ministerial Committees

  • Sub-national: On-the-ground action

  • Information dissemination and public awareness

  • Sustainability of institutions


Addressing root causes of environmental degradation

Addressing Root Causes of Environmental Degradation

  • Need to diagnose and address root causes, including social and economic issues

  • Combine GEF projects in packages of finance with implementing agencies that address also development issues and national benefits


Monitoring and evaluation

Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Transparency in project progress and results

  • Identify problem areas and delays

  • Indicators at three levels: process, stress reduction, environmental status

  • M&E integrated in regular functions of countries/cooperative arrangements to ensure sustainability


Full report available

Full report available:

  • In hard copy: Monitoring and Evaluation Working Paper 3, September 2000

  • Soon coming on the Web: www.gefweb.org


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