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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.

Annual Country Portfolio Evaluation Report (ACPER) 2010

The third Annual Country Portfolio Evaluation Report provides a synthesis of the main conclusions and recommendations of the county portfolio evaluations focused on Moldova and Turkey.

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English568.38 KB

Country Portfolio Evaluation (CPE) Egypt

Egypt has played a key role in the international environmental arena with strong participation and contribution to global and regional conventions. The scope of the Egypt CPE included all 19 national projects for US $87.87 million, as well as seven regional projects and one global project.

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English1.87 MB

Country Portfolio Evaluation (CPE) Syria

Syria has been receiving GEF support since 1994 via regional and national projects, the majority of which are in biodiversity, alongside climate change, persistent organic pollutants (POPs), and 1 multifocal project. This is in addition to the GEF corporate Small Grants programme.

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English1.3 MB

Annual Country Portfolio Evaluation Report (ACPER) 2009

The second Annual Country Portfolio Evaluation Report is the synthesis of three country portfolio evaluations focused on Cameroon, Egypt, and Syria produced by the GEF Evaluation Office. GEF support to these three counties began in 1992 for Cameroon and Egypt and in 1994 for Syria.

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English2.57 MB

Country Portfolio Evaluation (CPE) Cameroon

Cameroon has been receiving GEF funds since 1992 via 10 national projects. About 71 per cent of funding has gone to support biodiversity projects, 25 per cent in land degradation, with the remainder split between climate change and persistent organic pollutants (POPs).

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English1.14 MB

Annual Country Portfolio Evaluation Report (ACPER) 2008

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English666.27 KB

Country Portfolio Evaluation (CPE) South Africa

South Africa began receiving GEF support in 1994.

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Volume 15.59 MB, Volume 23.73 MB

Country Portfolio Evaluation (CPE) Benin

Benin has received GEF funds since 1991 and was selected in particular for evaluation due to its status as one of the world's least developed countries and its advanced work on the National Capacity Self-Assessment (NCSA). The Benin CPE focused on 13 national projects and 5 regional ones.

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English1.23 MB, French1.25 MB

Country Portfolio Evaluation (CPE) Madagascar

Madagascar has been receiving GEF funds since 1994; 97 per cent of financing has supported biodiversity projects with the remainder supporting projects in the climate change and persistent organic pollutants (POPs) focal areas.

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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.

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English1.24 MB