Multicountry Project
Arrangements
Dr. Juha I. UittoDr. Juha I. Uitto
GEF Monitoring and EvaluationGEF Monitoring and Evalu...
Objectives
Thematic Review carried out in 1999/2000Thematic Review carried out in 1999/2000
To learn from GEF projects inv...
GEF’s Facilitative Role
GEF can play an important role inGEF can play an important role in
facilitating approaches and hel...
Shared Vision/Commitment
Can be facilitated by initial strategicCan be facilitated by initial strategic
projectsprojects
T...
Broad-based Participation
Political commitment requiredPolitical commitment required
Regional agreement or convention usef...
Multiple Levels of Institutions
International: Treaty or ConventionInternational: Treaty or Convention
National: Inter-Min...
Addressing Root Causes of
Environmental Degradation
Need to diagnose and address rootNeed to diagnose and address root
cau...
Monitoring and Evaluation
Transparency in project progress and resultsTransparency in project progress and results
Identif...
Full report available:
In hard copy: Monitoring andIn hard copy: Monitoring and
Evaluation Working Paper 3,Evaluation Work...
Full report available:
In hard copy: Monitoring andIn hard copy: Monitoring and
Evaluation Working Paper 3,Evaluation Work...
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Multicountry Project Arrangements

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Objectives include: Thematic Review carried out in 1999/2000;
To learn from GEF projects involving two or more countries:
-> What works and what doesn’t?
-> Under what circumstances?
Review of 36 projects, mostly in International Waters (some Biodiversity)

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Multicountry Project Arrangements

  1. 1. Multicountry Project Arrangements Dr. Juha I. UittoDr. Juha I. Uitto GEF Monitoring and EvaluationGEF Monitoring and Evaluation (juitto@worldbank.org)(juitto@worldbank.org)
  2. 2. Objectives Thematic Review carried out in 1999/2000Thematic Review carried out in 1999/2000 To learn from GEF projects involving twoTo learn from GEF projects involving two or more countries:or more countries: -> What works and what doesn’t?-> What works and what doesn’t? -> Under what circumstances?-> Under what circumstances? Review of 36 projects, mostly inReview of 36 projects, mostly in International Waters (some Biodiversity)International Waters (some Biodiversity)
  3. 3. GEF’s Facilitative Role GEF can play an important role inGEF can play an important role in facilitating approaches and helpingfacilitating approaches and helping countries deal with transboundarycountries deal with transboundary environmental problemsenvironmental problems Complex multicountry and multi-Complex multicountry and multi- implementing agency structures requireimplementing agency structures require careful preparation and longercareful preparation and longer timeframestimeframes
  4. 4. Shared Vision/Commitment Can be facilitated by initial strategicCan be facilitated by initial strategic projectsprojects Transboundary Diagnostic AnalysisTransboundary Diagnostic Analysis (TDA) can help countries to move(TDA) can help countries to move towards a Strategic Action Programtowards a Strategic Action Program (SAP) of country-specific and(SAP) of country-specific and regional actionsregional actions
  5. 5. Broad-based Participation Political commitment requiredPolitical commitment required Regional agreement or convention usefulRegional agreement or convention useful Involve all stakeholders: public and privateInvolve all stakeholders: public and private sectors, scientific community, civil societysectors, scientific community, civil society NGOs can ensure transparency and politicalNGOs can ensure transparency and political supportsupport
  6. 6. Multiple Levels of Institutions International: Treaty or ConventionInternational: Treaty or Convention National: Inter-MinisterialNational: Inter-Ministerial CommitteesCommittees Sub-national: On-the-ground actionSub-national: On-the-ground action Information dissemination andInformation dissemination and public awarenesspublic awareness Sustainability of institutionsSustainability of institutions
  7. 7. Addressing Root Causes of Environmental Degradation Need to diagnose and address rootNeed to diagnose and address root causes, including social and economiccauses, including social and economic issuesissues Combine GEF projects in packages ofCombine GEF projects in packages of finance with implementing agencies thatfinance with implementing agencies that address also development issues andaddress also development issues and national benefitsnational benefits
  8. 8. Monitoring and Evaluation Transparency in project progress and resultsTransparency in project progress and results Identify problem areas and delaysIdentify problem areas and delays Indicators at three levels: process, stressIndicators at three levels: process, stress reduction, environmental statusreduction, environmental status M&E integrated in regular functions ofM&E integrated in regular functions of countries/cooperative arrangements tocountries/cooperative arrangements to ensure sustainabilityensure sustainability
  9. 9. Full report available: In hard copy: Monitoring andIn hard copy: Monitoring and Evaluation Working Paper 3,Evaluation Working Paper 3, September 2000September 2000 Soon coming on the Web:Soon coming on the Web: www.gefweb.orgwww.gefweb.org
  10. 10. Full report available: In hard copy: Monitoring andIn hard copy: Monitoring and Evaluation Working Paper 3,Evaluation Working Paper 3, September 2000September 2000 Soon coming on the Web:Soon coming on the Web: www.gefweb.orgwww.gefweb.org
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