Presentation on theme: "International Waters and Land degradation replenishment in GEF 4 (including fees and SGP) Total IW - $355 million for OP 8, 9,10 RBEC IW target - $26,700."— Presentation transcript:
International Waters and Land degradation replenishment in GEF 4 (including fees and SGP) Total IW - $355 million for OP 8, 9,10 RBEC IW target - $26,700 million LD - $311 million for OP 15 RBEC LD target – $24,350 million
Strategic Priorities for IW Contribute, primarily as a catalyst, to the implementation of a more comprehensive, ecosystem based approach in managing international waters water concerns SP1. Catalyzing implementation of agreed reforms and stress reduction investments on-the-ground to address transboundary water concerns SP2. Expanding foundational capacity building to a limited number of new transboundary systems through integrated approaches and targeted learning for the IW portfolio SP3. Undertaking innovative demonstrations addressing key program gaps (groundwater, IWRM, SIDS, persistent toxic substances (PTS)) in IW
Main Targets 7 water bodies with results; 20 states 2 strategic partnerships funded to produce measurable pollution reductions. 6 new water bodies; 30 states 20 SIDS adopt water reforms/actions 4-5 demo basins with actions addressing groundwater, IWRM, and PTS.
Strategic Priorities for LD Mitigate the causes and negative impacts of land degradation, especially desertification and deforestation on the structure and functional integrity of ecosystems through sustainable land management practices SP1. Foster system-wide change and remove policy, institutional, technical, capacity and financial barriers to SLM SP2 Demonstrate and up-scale successful SLM practices for the control and prevention of desertification and deforestation SP3 Generate and disseminate knowledge addressing current and emerging issues in SLM SP4 Demonstrate cross focal area synergies and integrated ecosystem approaches to watershed-based sustainable land management
Main Targets At least 5 new countries with partnership programming frameworks for SLM that cross-sectorally align policies and programs in three main production sectors At least 20 additional countries in which main barriers for SLM are removed At least 25 community-based initiatives that apply innovative and best practices for SLM in demonstration areas. At least 15 initiatives that have successfully up-scaled practices for SLM. One knowledge management system (including indicator framework) At least 5 watersheds that promote an integrated ecosystem approach to SLM in areas with high potential for multiple global environmental benefits 11million ha of land under SLM