Country

Country
Country Portfolio Evaluations analyze the totality of GEF support across GEF Agencies, projects, and programs in a given country, with the aim of reviewing the performance and results of GEF-supported activities and assessing how those activities align with country strategies and priorities as well as with GEF's priorities for global environmental benefits. Findings from CPEs are consolidated in the Annual Country Portfolio Evaluation Report (ACPER) that the Office presents to the GEF Council.

Country Portfolio Evaluation (CPE) Samoa

Samoa has been receiving GEF funds since the GEF's pilot phase. It was selected for country portfolio evaluation because it represents two groups of countries that are highly relevant to the GEF; small island developing states (SIDS) of the Pacific, and least developed countries (LDCs).

Status: Published | Last updated on:
Report
English848.38 KB

Country Portfolio Evaluation (CPE) Philippines

The Philippines is one of the largest recipients of GEF support, with allocations in both climate change and biodiversity, and a well-established GEF Small Grants Programme. The environment sector is an essential part of the country's sustainable development agenda.

Status: Published | Last updated on:
Report
English1.24 MB

Country Portfolio Evaluation (CPE) Costa Rica

Costa Rica was the site of the pilot CPE. The country was selected because of its broad GEF portfolio, the types of GEF support, the engagement of implementing and executing agencies and the country's long experience with environmental issues.

Status: Published | Last updated on:
Report
English1.01 MB