Annual Performance Report (APR) 2002 (Project Performance Report)
The Project Performance Report (PPR) has three objectives; to assist decision-making on improvements to policies, strategies , program management, procedures and projects, to promote accountability for resource use, and to document and feedback on results and lessons learned. The PPR draws on the findings of the 2002 Project Implementation Review (PIR), a monitoring process based upon reporting by the GEF Implementing Agencies (IAs) on all projects being implemented for at least one year as of June 2002. The report also compiles findings, lessons, and recommendations drawn from the Secretariat Managed Project Reviews, and Terminal Evaluation Reviews. This Review looks at 272 ongoing projects.