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Annual Monitoring of GEF IW Projects. GEF IW Task Force M&E Framework as. applied to Self-Assessment. June 1, 2006.

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Annual

Monitoring of

GEF IW Projects

GEF IW Task Force M&E Framework as

applied to Self-Assessment

June 1, 2006

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In order to utilize the framework as a tracking tool for Replenishment results/targets, an Annual Scorecard for each project will submitted. Part A: annual results (last 12 months) and Part B: cumulative results (since beginning of project).

  • For all projects, agencies would also annually report on implementation progress (% of scheduled disbursement; delivery of outputs in line with original schedule; co-financing on schedule) to contribute to a portfolio characterization.
  • Two tracking tools will be maintained for results reporting for Replenishment purposes by the IW Task Force: a Coverage Indicator Tracking Tool, and a Results Indicator Tracking Tool (with annual and cumulative tables – see attached example).
cumulative coverage as of may 2006
0 (0) “waterbody” projects established Web sites w/IW:LEARN tools, 0 (0) Web sites connected with iwlearn.net via IW-IMS

10,668 (10,668) unique visits to iwlearn.net from over 120 (120) countries.

3 (3) helpdesk requests fielded from 3 (3) countries & 0 (0) projects.

216 (41) people from 70 (21) GEF-beneficiary countries across 40 GEF IW projects participated in Structured Learning activities, including 36% (41%) women and 64% (59%) men -- since 1998

291 (0) participants in 3rd IW Conference, of which 80% male,63% from GEF IW beneficiary nations, and 52% from the Americas

150 (150) people and 57 (57) GEF projects received GEF IW Bridgesnewsletters via direct mailing.…

* Numbers in parenthesis represent only data for year 2006, as of May 2006.

Cumulative Coverageas of May 2006*
gef iw scorecard template annual report of results to contribute to the tracking tools
Part A: Annual Results Report

quantitative; or 0-1 / 0-3 rating

I. Process Indicators:

______: _____; ______;

II. Stress Reduction Indicators:

______; ______; ______;

III. Catalytic Impact Indicators:

______; _____: ______:

IV. Implementation progress:

outputs; % disbursement; co-fin.

Part B: Cumulative Results Report

Roll ups of progress toward the different types of indicators listed in Part A / logframe on a cumulative basis for the life of the project.

I. _____; ______; ______;

II. _____; ______; _____;

III. _____; ______; _____;

IV. _____; ______; _____;

Subcommittee formed to develop the

Template for the Scorecard

GEF IW Scorecard Template--Annual Report of Results to Contribute to the Tracking Tools
iw learn results
IW:LEARN Results
  • Per GEF IW Scorecard, focus on..
    • Catalytic Impact Indicators (Annually, Section III)(cf. “Outcomes” and more)
    • Implementation Progress (Quarterly, Section IV)
    • Disbursement (quarterly)
    • Co-finance (annually)
iw learn outcomes catalytic impacts
Across 5 Project Components:

A. Information Sharing: >75% projects use IW-IMS and >50% of users obtain needed info by 2008.

B. Structured Learning:30+ projects apply lessons from IW:LEARN structured learning to improve TWM in the basins by 2008.

C. IW Conferences:Representatives from all GEF IW projects participate in 2 portfolio-wide review, replication and partnership events.

D. Testing Innovative Approaches: GEF IW projects and partners benefit from a set of demonstration activities integrating TWM information sharing and structured learning.

E. Partnerships to Sustain Benefits:TWM structured learning and information sharing institutionalized.

IW:LEARN Outcomes(Catalytic Impacts)

INPROGRESS

iii other catalytic impacts
III. Other “Catalytic Impacts”

2005 Anecdotes

  • 50 useful, measurable actions planned by St. Petersburg workshop participants
  • UNECE Water Convention contributes to Petersberg/Athens Process to improve IWRM
  • IWC3 participants felt learning would improve their projects\' design, implementation, communications, inter-project linkages and integration.
  • Gender, Water and Climate exhibit deployed (via co-finance)
  • [email protected] helping to link projects with professional personnel

2006 Anecdotes

  • IW Communications Manual drafted by and for GEF IW projects
  • 21 Newport workshop participants provide recommendations to 10 LMEs to improve governance and socioeconomics.
  • ELI obtained external finance to deliver P2 for water mgmt. training in LAC and WWF4 session on P2 in IW mgmt.
  • LME governance workshop participants carry over XXXX recommendations back to their home projects.
  • G&WA partners foster and sustain Gender & Water exhibit tour in LAC region
iv a iw learn outputs progress by component
IV(a) IW:LEARN Outputs (Progress by Component)
  • Based on Project Timeline in IW:LEARN Project Document
  • Need for each PAL and partners to provide quarterly updates regarding progress relative to these indicators.
  • Accomplished (in full) by end of target year
  • Partially accomplished by end of target year
  • Not accomplished by end of target year
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Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

A. Information Sharing: >75% projects use IW-IMS and >50% of users obtain needed info by 2008.

A1. IW Info. Mgmt. System (IW-IMS)

IW-IMS protocols established, prototype in place; 1 new module (Africa)

IW-IMS populated; Helpdesk operational, proactive & responsive;1 new module (aquifers)

Helpdesk responds to 24 requests/yr; 1 new module (TBD)

Helpdesk fielding 48+ requests/yr; 1 new module(TBD)

A2. ICT Technical Assistance

1 ICT Training Workshop; 25% of projects’ Websites linked to IW-IMS

50% of projects’ Websites linked to IW-IMS

1 ICT Workshop; 75% of projects’ Websites linked to IW-IMS

95% of projects’ Websites linked to IW-IMS

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Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

B. Structured Learning:30+ projects apply lessons from IW:LEARN structured learning to improve TWM in the basins by 2008.

B1. Regional Multi-Project Exchanges

At least 1 regional exchange launched (Europe)

At least 2 regional exchanges launched (Caribbean)

At least 3 regional exchanges launched (Africa); Present regional exchange findings at IWC4

Learning products on IW-IMS

B2. Learning for Portfolio Subsets

Freshwater &/or LMEs exchanges launched

Freshwater & LME exchanges both launched (or continuing)

Coral reef exchange launched; other exchanges present findings at IWC4

Learning products on IW-IMS

B3. Inter-Project Exchange Missions

1-4 multi-week inter-project exchanges

1-4 multi-week inter-project exchanges

1-4 multi-week inter-project exchanges

1-4 multi-week inter-project exchanges

B4. Public Participation Training

Training materials developed

1st workshop; training materials revised

2nd workshop; training materials augmented

3rd workshop; training materials on IW-IMS

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Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

C. IW Conferences:Representatives from all GEF IW projects participate in 2 portfolio-wide review, replication and partnership events.

C1. IWC3 (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

IWC3 held; IW portfolio recommendations to CSD

Proceedings disseminated via IW-IMS

C2. IWC4 (Cape Town, South Africa)

IWC4 host, location and co-finance secured; agenda set

IWC4 held

Proceedings disseminated via IW-IMS

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Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

D. Testing Innovative Approaches: GEF IW projects and partners benefit from a set of demonstration activities integrating TWM information sharing and structured learning.

D1. S.E. Asia Regional Learning Center (SEA-RLC)

SEA-RLC established to address projects TWM needs; Web site launched and linked to IW-IMS

Regional GEF IW GIS on-line, connected to IW-IMS

Roster of >100 experts addresses projects’ needs; 3 GIS DSS modules featured

>1000 IW resources added to IW-IMS; SEA IW project applying GIS modules

D2. Southeastern Europe/Mediterranean

3 roundtables for senior officials and experts; regional TWM information exchange network launched via Internet

3 roundtables for senior officials and experts; network sustained via regional partners

Network and learning products accessible via IW-IMS

D3. CSD/GEF Roundtable with CSD

Global roundtable, in follow-up to CSD-12 (and leading up to CSD-13)

Learning products accessible via IW-IMS

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Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

E. Partnerships to Sustain Benefits:TWM structured learning and information sharing institutionalized.

E1. Partnerships and Strategic Plan

Initial sustainability plan finalized and approved by IW:LEARN SC; role for partners in sustainability plan finalized, approved

Partners recruited and aligned to sustain IW:LEARN benefits for all activities per plan.

Sustainability plan revised per mid-term review

Sustainability plan realized through partners strategic plans.

E2. IW Contributions to Global TWM

2-3 projects receive cost share to participate each of in 2 GEF IW side events; 1-2 outreach &/or learning products disseminated, including LME video (co-produced by IW:LEARN)

2-3 projects receive cost share to participate in each of 2 GEF IW side events; 1-2 outreach &/or learning products disseminated, including Gender and Water exhibit

2-3 projects receive cost share to participate in 1-2 GEF IW side events; 1-2 outreach &/or learning products disseminated

2-3 projects receive cost share to participate in each of 2 GEF IW side events; 1-2 outreach &/or learning products disseminated

iv b iw learn disbursement
IV(b) IW:LEARN Disbursement
  • Based on annual budgets, contracts and periodic invoicing
  • Need for each PAL to invoice according to contractual schedules or else negotiate with PCU for contractual modifications to accommodate shifting delivery dates.
  • Need for UNEP to provide disbursement data for its activities (currently D1 still MIA)
disbursement by ia
% Disbursement, by IA

NOTE: Current UNEP values do not add to 100% and are not yet fully re-phased for 2008Q3 end date.

iv c iw learn co finance
IV(c) IW:LEARN Co-Finance
  • Based on co-finance commitments in IW:LEARN Project Document
  • Need for each PAL and partner with commitment to provide annual co-finance estimates (distinguishing cash and in-kind)
  • Need to track unanticipated co-finance (cash &/or in-kind) as provided
co finance 1

Name of Co-financier (source)

Classification

Type

Amount (US$)

Status*

IBRD-WBI

Multi-Laterals

Cash

100,000

IBRD-WBI

Multi-Laterals

In-Kind

410,000

UNDP Cap-Net

UN Agency

In-Kind

1,400,000

UNEP-DEWA**

UN Agency

In-Kind and/or Cash

1,207,400

UNDP-EEG

UN Agency

In-Kind

230,000

USA-NOAA

Government

In-Kind

200,000

ELI

NGO

In-Kind

300,000

 146,116

IUCN-WANI

NGO

In-Kind

$350,000

IUCN-GMP

NGO

In-Kind

$300,000

GWP

NGO

  • In-Kind

$100,000

GWP

NGO

In-Kind

$90,000

Co-finance 1
co finance 2

Name of Co-financier (source)

Classification

Type

Amount (US$)

Status*

GETF

NGO

Cash & In-Kind

$355,000

137,000 

SEA-START RC Chulalongkorn U.**

NGO

In-Kind

290,400

UNECE

UN Agency

In-Kind

225,000

38,600

UNESCO-IHP ISARM/IGRAC

UN Agency

In-Kind

30,000

Germany-MoE

Government

In-Kind

150,000

131,537

Greece-MoFA

Government

In-Kind

150,000

GWP-Med

NGO

In-Kind

20,000

20,000 

LakeNET

NGO

In-Kind

48,000

EcoAfrica

NGO

In-Kind

170,000

Co-finance 2
unexpected cofinance
Unexpected Cofinance
  • E2: IISD/IIED/Environment Canada: $3035 (cash) in 2006
  • E2; Boston University: $2000 (in-kind) in 2006
  • B1: CTC-St. Petersburg : $650 (in-kind) in 2005
  • A1: Transnatura, LLP: $525 (in-kind) in 2005
  • TOTAL unexpected: >$6,000
ta ke home message
Take Home Message
  • IW:LEARN needs PALs and other partners to help collate data to support indicators tracking IW:LEARN’s:
    • Coverage
      • By activity; across projects, geography, gender
    • Results
      • Catalytic Impacts (annually)
      • Progress (quarterly)
      • Disbursement (quarterly)
      • Co-finance (annually)

Thank you for your ongoing help!

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