Knowledge is an important resource of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) that supports its strategic objectives to address global environmental concerns. Over the years, the GEF facilitated generation and sharing of knowledge through its projects and programs, as well as through its corporate strategies and initiatives. However, sharing knowledge across the partnership has been a challenge due to differences in systems, processes, and procedures of member organizations. The purpose of this review is to assess the progress made in implementation of the GEF knowledge management (KM) approach to effectively share knowledge across the partnership since GEF-6 (2014-2018) and to identify any systemic issues that need to be addressed in planning for the next replenishment phase.
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