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2014

Project Implementation Review (PIR)

of

PIMS 4562

Fifth Operational Phase of the GEF Small Grants Programme in Bolivia

Table of Contents

A. Basic Project and Finance Data 2

B. Project Summary 2

C. Project Evaluation 2

D. Adjustments 2

E. Progress toward Development Objective 5

F. Progress in Implementation 22

G. Ratings and Comments on Project Progress 23

H. Communications and Knowledge Management 26

I. Partnerships 27

J. Progress toward Gender Equality 28

K. Environmental \ Social Grievances 28

L. Project Contacts and Links 29



M. Annex 1 - Ratings Definitions 30


A. Basic Project and Finance Data


Executing Agency:

UNOPS

GEF Focal Area:

Multiple Focal Area

Country(ies)

(BOL) Bolivia

Project Start Date:

20-Jul-2012

Planned Project Closing Date:

31-Dec-2015

Revised Planned Closing Date:

31-Dec-2015

Dates of Project Steering Committee/Board meetings during reporting period:

December 2013 June 2014 June 2013

Overall Risk rating




Overall DO rating




Overall IP rating




GEF grant amount disbursed so far

$ 1,996,768.62


B. Project Summary


Global environmental benefits secured through initiatives and actions in Biodiversity, Climate Change and Land Degradation in communities of Bolivia.

C. Project Evaluation



D. Adjustments


Project Planning

Key project milestone

Status

Original Planned Date (Month/Year)

Actual or Expected Date (Month/Year)

Comments, including reasons for delays and their implications

Inception Workshop




August - 2012

September - 2012

Five events were to guarantee the start of the program in OP5.

1 nationwide event and 4 local events, one in each PA



Mid-term Review




9 - 2014

-

The mid term evaluation is common to all 10 upgrading countries, have planned to make Bolivia in September 2014, but to date there is no official communication to ratify the planed date.

Terminal Evaluation




-

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Critical Risk Management

Critical Risks Type(s)

2014

Organizational

Running a grants program with civil society organizations that have a low level of technical and management capacity (Medium)

Region-based intervention in a new area of work for the program generated some difficulties in relation to getting to know civil society organizations. While visualizing, identifying, and finding strategic partners and implementing organizations such as local municipal and departmental governments was initially difficult, this situation gradually improved as the relationships and linkages with stakeholders and grew and confidence levels increased.





Operational

Turnover of local government and PA staff may create project implementation disruptions or weaken political support for the projects (Medium)

One of the limitations and risks in the project area is the high turnover and instability of public officials, especially in our national counterpart, SERNAP; however, permanent contacts, relations, and coordination with this office reduced and minimized potential delays and interruptions during implementation.





Environmental

Area of intervention is susceptible to the effects of Climate Change (Medium)

Chaco ecosystems are susceptible to the effects of climate change as a result of dry conditions, low availability and difficult access to water resulting from droughts, which are common and recurrent in the area; however, during this period, fortunately, no major problems emerging from droughts were faced and therefore there is no high level of impairment caused by climate change or variability beyond the common or typical levels in the area.





Political

Governance weaknesses in community organizations (Medium)

Capacities of community organizations are weak and limited; therefore, the program aimed to strengthen and develop those organizations through specific initiatives to support the Management Committees/Councils in the Protected Areas, so that they can contribute to all management and governance tasks in their areas.





Operational

Undeveloped markets for community produced goods and services (Medium /High)

Actions have been initiated to identify, find, and develop markets for biodiversity products with local governments. The response of local municipal governments was open, wide, and has showed willingness to initiate coordinated efforts and joint initiatives.





General comments:

At the time of the report considered all risks are being managed and controlled, not having contemplated at this stage of program implementation with a threat or incidence of risk





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