GEF Project Eligibility and Development National Dialogue of

GEF Project Eligibility and Development National Dialogue of

GEF Project Eligibility and Development National Dialogue of Turkey June 2006 Summary of presentation How to determine project eligibility By going through the most important sections of the project concept template and giving you a project example design

Hand Outs Concept for Full Project Review Criteria Web link http://www.gefweb.org/Operational_Policies/Eligibility_Criteria/te mplates.html Project concept sections:

1. Country Ownership Section B National development plans, sectoral plans reports and communications 2. Program Policy and Conformity - Section C Program Designation Section C1 GEF Operational Program GEF Strategic Objective

idea must match both National & GEF priorities Project concept sections: GEF Program & Policy Conformity 2.Project Design Section C2 Project Incremental rational through: Problem Statement GEF Project Plan

Incremental Cost Rational GEF finances global benefit eg climate change, globally significant biodiversity conservation ..but most GEF projects contribute to national benefits eg employment, health, education so most projects are co-financed

Incremental Cost Rational: example Example: Hot water boilers - switching from oil to biomass Global benefit: Reduction in GHGs (RE energy source) National benefit: A reduction in the costs of heat supply

GEF Barriers Example: Large Apartment block No building level organization Building Associations Low level of savings in apartment block Energy Service Companies Sustainability and Replicability

Sustainability limited project durationbut lasting impact needed Replication Broad relevance of project to country or region References

1. Program designation and conformity GEF Operational Program Web link: http://thegef.org/Operational_Policies/Operational_ Programs/operational_programs.html 2. GEF Strategic Objective Web link: http://thegef.org/replenishment/Reple_Documents/r eple_documents.html

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