Presentation on theme: "1 Survey of Agencies Country-Level Activities on Environment and Development: Data as of 10 October 2005."— Presentation transcript:
1 Survey of Agencies Country-Level Activities on Environment and Development: Data as of 10 October 2005.
2 Background Request to ENVIRONET Secretariat to conduct a Survey of ENVIRONET Members activities in the areas of –Environmental Fiscal Reform (EFR). –Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA), Country Environmental Assessment (CEA), or similar instruments, and –Greening of PRSPs.
3 Objectives of this exercise Provide an overview of who is doing what at the country level, thus facilitating the sharing of experiences (Part I) Help explore possibilities for future collaboration on these activities (Part II).
4 Structure of the Survey Main Survey: compiles in table format, by recipient country –Activities already underway (Part I) –Activities which are planned in the future or tentatively envisaged (Part II) Annex: compiles the filled-out questionnaires provided by donor agencies (again divided into Parts I and II)
5 Structure of the Main Survey Tables Recipient Country Title of Activity Agencies involved Partners Environmental Fiscal Reform SEA, CEA or similar instruments Greening of PRSPs
6 Structure of the annexed Questionnaires Donor Country / Agency Contact Person in Agency Title of Activity Recipient Country Partners Tentative timeframe Environmental Fiscal Reform SEA, CEA or similar instruments Greening of PRSPs
7 Responses received to date Asian Development Bank Austria (ADA) Canada (CIDA) European Commission Germany (GTZ) Japan (JICA, JBIC) Netherlands (DGIS) Sweden (SIDA) Switzerland (SDC) UNDP UNEP UK (DFID) World Bank
8 Examples for possible co-operation in activities already underway Environmental Fiscal Reform in China: GTZ, DFID SEA / CEA in Mozambique: ADA, DGIS Greening of PRSPs in Pakistan: DGIS, UNDP
9 Examples for possible co-operation in planned activities SEA / CEA in China: UNDP, EC CEA in Pakistan: ADB, DGIS Greening of PRSPs in Vietnam: GTZ, World Bank, ADB, DFID, …
10 Next Steps Quarterly Updates (with input from further agencies?) Extension into further issue areas Publication of Part I on www.povertyenvironment.netwww.povertyenvironment.net