National Capacity Self-Assessment (NCSA) for Global Environmental Management - Federated States of Micronesia

Project Summary

The purpose of the NCSA will be to conduct a thorough assessment and analysis of the capacity needs and constraints facing FSM as it works to meet its global environmental management obligations as set forth in Rio conventions and related international instruments. It will facilitate a cross-sectoral process of consultations, stocktaking, sequencing and prioritization of capacity needs, especially for identifying bottlenecks that impede the country from fully meeting its objectives under the relevant conventions. Specific objectives to be accomplished through the NCSA will include identification of priority issues for action within and across the thematic areas of biodiversity, climate change, and land degradation, catalyzing targeted and coordinated actions and requests for future external funding, and linking country action to protect the global environment with the broader national environmental management and sustainable development framework. It will involve a comprehensive and integrated approach in assessing and analyzing all aspects of environmental management and conservation in terms of future capacity building programs in the country. Lastly, the NCSA would also assist the country in addressing environment-related issues in line with the priorities set forth in the country’s national development plans.

Project Details

GEF Project ID
2470
Project Type
Enabling Activity
Status
Project Approved
Country
Micronesia
Region
Focal Areas
Funding Source
GEF Trust Fund
Implementing Agencies
United Nations Development Programme
Executing Agencies
Sustainable Development Unit
GEF Project Manager
Funke Oyewole |

Financials

Project Preparation Grant Amount
25,000 USD
GEF Project Grant
200,000 USD
Co-financing Total
50,000 USD
GEF Agency Fees
33,750 USD
Total Cost 275,000.00 USD

Project Timeline

Received by GEF
27 Feb 2004
Preparation Grant Approved
21 May 2004
Project Approved for Implementation
02 Nov 2004
Project closed