In line with the Global Environment Facility’s (GEF) Strategic Approach to Enhance Capacity Building (2003) and Results-Based Management (RBM) Framework (2007), this document proposes an approach to monitoring and evaluation in such a way that supports the integration of capacity development into programme and project design.
This publication provide an overview of the GEF and World bank efforts to help countries to eliminate or restrict the production of Persistent Organic Pollutants.
This publication highlights the work of the GEF Small Grants Programme (SGP) in the international waters focal area.
In order to enhance the capacity of stakeholders and promote awareness for implementation of Pakistan ’s GEF program in an effective and sustainable manner, a GEF Booklet of Pakistan has been developed in consultation by GEF Cell under supervision of Mr. Kamran Ali Qureshi, GEF Focal Point (Operational & Political) / Additional Secretary, Ministry of Environment.
A growing number of multilateral development organizations and international agencies are now using programmatic approaches to more effectively support developing countries and countries with economies in transition. Yet the programmatic approach is not a new modality for the Global Environmental Facility (GEF). At its meeting in December 1999, the GEF Council supported the evolution of GEF support to emphasize synergistic programs that transcend national borders. Since then, we have been dedicated to the principle that our focus should be on programs rather than just simply individual projects.