Update on the Resource Allocation Framework (RAF). Sub-Regional Workshop for GEF Focal Points East and Southern Africa 25-27 June 2008, Windhoek, Namibia. Update on the RAF (I). Mid-term of RAF implementation has arrived and 50% rule is no longer in effect
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Sub-Regional Workshop for GEF Focal Points
East and Southern Africa
25-27 June 2008, Windhoek, Namibia
For countries in the group the following possibilities apply:
a) If country participates in a programme (Pacific Alliance for Sustainability, Congo Basin, etc.), there will be no projects outside the programme
b) For countries not in a programme there are these possibilities:
Group countries (not in a programme):
i) If $1 million has been spent in focal area, country may submit additional projects for up to the limit indicated in rules GEFSEC will circulate in July
for example, if limit is $3 million and $1 million has been spent, new projects may not exceed the difference = $2 million)
ii) If no money or less than $1 million has been spent, country will be guaranteed up to $1 million dollars until the end of 2008. After that, no more guarantees.
iii) Country may opt to submit a project for more than $1 million and up to the limit by following rules GEFSEC will circulate in July
iv) Finally, country may receive $1 million project and submit additional projects up to the limit following rules GEFSEC will circulate in July