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Sub-Regional Workshop for GEF Focal Points Europe and CIS Dubrovnik, Croatia, 11-13 February 2009. SGP: Follow up to Evaluation. Main issues on SGP. SGP is successful as well as cost-effective programme when compared with other similar (Evaluation of SGP)

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sub regional workshop for gef focal points europe and cis dubrovnik croatia 11 13 february 2009

Sub-Regional Workshop for GEF Focal Points Europe and CISDubrovnik, Croatia, 11-13 February 2009

SGP: Follow up to Evaluation

main issues on sgp
Main issues on SGP
  • SGP is successful as well as cost-effective programme when compared with other similar (Evaluation of SGP)
  • When considering changes to SGP management, must be assessment of financial, legal and human resources implications
  • SGP will keep business as usual until end of GEF-4
  • Some proposals will be assessed for GEF-5
on graduation
On “graduation”
  • Concept of “graduation” should be based on principle of equity in accessing core resources
  • “Graduation” should not indicate the end of a “graduated” country programme
  • Neither does it indicate de-linking “graduated” country programmes from global SGP
  • Rather “graduation” should indicate country is advanced in managing and sustaining SGP and fully prepared to take broader responsibilities in upgraded status
  • Therefore, to avoid future misunderstanding, graduation should be re-phrased as upgrading of mature SGP country programmes
categorization of country programmes
Categorization of Country Programmes
  • Would be convenient to categorize country programmes in terms of capacity and “maturity”. The following proposal will be considered:
    • All SIDS and LDCS no change in their access to core funding. For country programs in operation for less than 5 years, access to core fund proposed
    • Country programmes in operation between 5 – 15 years would gradually move towards being upgraded
    • Country programmees in operation for more than 15 years the most likely to be upgraded
issues for further analysis
Issues for further analysis
  • Evaluations conducted in time to allow country programmes to be assigned to appropriate category.
  • Roles / responsibilities should be established for different categories of country programmes
  • Clear, appropriate policies required to determine access to funding, funding levels and limits under the RAF
  • In April 2008 Council Meeting 4 execution options for SGP were presented. To be decided which one is most preferred
looking ahead
Looking ahead
  • The policy paper to be presented in the next Council Meeting will cover:
    • An analysis of and policies for different categories of country programmes
    • An assessment of alternative execution modalities and comparative capacities to provide needed services considering cost-effectiveness as well as legal, financial and human resources considerations