Project effort will create resilience in a marine system currently highly

Project effort will create resilience in a marine

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Project effort will create resilience in a marine system currently highly exposed to the challenge of climate change. At the same time, Government and other stakeholders will benefit from capacity building. This will include assistance to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of management, oversight, and financing. This will generate direct benefits for conservation of marine resources. However, the benefits will be amplified in that lessons learned may be applied to other sectors of government function. A.8 Knowledge Management. Elaborate on the knowledge management approach for the project, including, if any, plans for the project to learn from other relevant projects and initiatives (e.g. participate in trainings, conferences, stakeholder exchanges, virtual networks, project twinning) and plans for the project to assess and document in a user-friendly form (e.g. lessons learned briefs, engaging websites, guidebooks based on experience) and share these experiences and expertise (e.g. participate in community of practices, organize seminars, trainings and conferences) with relevant stakeholders. Please refer to the Project Document Component 4 (Learning and Knowledge Management) and Annex J (Knowledge Management Plan). B. Description of the consistency of the project with: B.1 Consistency with National Priorities. Describe the consistency of the project with national strategies and plans or reports and assessements under relevant conventions such as NAPAs, NAPs, ASGM NAPs, MIAs, NBSAPs, NCs, TNAs, NCSAs, NIPs, PRSPs, NPFE, BURs, INDCs, etc.: Please refer to PRODOC Section 2.8: Consistency with National Development Priorities.
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C. D ESCRIBE THE BUDGETED M & E PLAN : The budgeted M&E plan is included in PRODOC Section VI Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Plan and the PRODOC Section V Project Results Framework . These are consistent also with the Total Budget and Work Plan in PRODOC Section VII. GEF M&E requirements Primary responsibility Indicative costs to be charged to the Project Budget 8 (US$) Time frame GEF grant Co-financing Inception Workshop UNDP Country Office USD 11,000 USD 10,000 Within two months of project document signature Inception Report Project Manager None None Within two weeks of inception workshop Standard UNDP monitoring and reporting requirements as outlined in the UNDP POPP UNDP Country Office None None Quarterly, annually Risk management Project Manager Country Office None None Quarterly, annually Monitoring of indicators in project results framework Project Manager Per year: USD 4,000 (20,000) USD 5,000 Annually before PIR GEF Project Implementation Report (PIR) Project Manager and UNDP Country Office and UNDP-GEF team None None Annually NIM Audit as per UNDP audit policies UNDP Country Office Per year: USD 3,000 (18,000) USD 5,000 Annually or other frequency as per UNDP Audit policies Lessons learned and knowledge generation Project Manager USD 2,000 USD 2,000 Annually Monitoring of environmental and social risks, and corresponding management plans as relevant Project Manager UNDP Country Office USD 2,000 USD 2,000 On-going Stakeholder Engagement Plan Project Manager UNDP Country Office USD 2,000 USD 2,000
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