The fifth Annual Country Portfolio Evaluation Report (ACPER 2012) provides a synthesis of the main conclusions and recommendations coming form country portfolio evaluations (CPEs) and Country Portfolio Studies (CPSs) conducted in the Latin America and Caribbean region.
The Annual Performance Report (APR) is a regular feature of the GEF Evaluation Office performance evaluations.
The Impact Evaluation of GEF Support to the South China Sea (SCS) and Adjacent Areas stems from a recommendation made in the Fourth Overall Performance Study of the GEF (OPS4) to carry out an in-depth assessment of progress towards impacts in the International Waters focal area.
The GEF Seventh Annual Performance Report (APR) 2010, prepared by the GEF Evaluation Office focuses on completed projects for which terminal evaluations were submitted during fiscal year 2010 (FY 2010).
This evaluation is one of two country portfolio evaluations conducted in 2011 examining Global Environment Facility (GEF) support in the Latin America and the Caribbean region.
The Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste (hereafter Timor-Leste) has been receiving GEF funding since 2002 after gaining independence. So far, GEF funding has totaled $7.9m and projects have been exclusively implemented by UNDP.
This is the fifth annual impact report compiled by the Global Environment Facility Evaluation Office (GEFEO) and presents information on activities including progress made in implementing the impact evaluation of GEF activities in the South China Sea and adjacent areas to address regional transbo
The Annual Thematic Evaluations Report 2011 provides an overview of the ongoing work in the thematic evaluations work program for fiscal year 2010 and presents the main conclusions and recommendations for the Evaluation of GEF National Capacity Self-Assessments (NCSAs).
At the request of the GEF Council, the Evaluation Office conducted an evaluation of the GEF support to the National Capacity Self-Assessment (NCSA) program.
Housed at the GEF, the SCCF was established in 2001 to support climate change projects in all developing country parties to the UNFCCC through four funding windows: adaptation, technology transfer, sector-specific projects, and assistance with diversification of fuel-dependent economies.