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Staff:

Scott Geller


Review of Environmental Content of United Development Assistance Frameworks and Related Policy Frameworks



As part of "Implementing the Bali Plan By Delivering As One", UNEP carried out a global review of all existing UN Nation Development Assistant Frameworks (UNDAFs) and national policy frameworks for their environmental content. Filtering the environmental needs of countries as reflected in UNDAFs and other strategic policy processes has provided UNEP with a clear overview of the current status of environmental priorities in the UNDAFs. The review has also helped UNEP to identify gaps where known environmental priorities of countries have not been fully reflected and thus countries where UNEP's support can add value to governments, UN Country Teams and other national stakeholders. The LTS review focused on UNEP's six thematic priorities outlined in the Medium Term Strategy 2010-2013 - climate change, ecosystem management, environmental governance, harmful substances and hazardous waste; disasters and conflicts, and resource efficiency and sustainable consumption and production.

Clients:
United Nations Environment Programme

Services:
M&E

Geography:
Kenya

Date:
2009

Keywords:
UNEP, M&E, monitoring, evaluation, governance