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The Global Environment Facility (GEF) was established in 1991 to forge international co-operation and finance actions to address critical threats to the global environment. The global environmental focal areas of the GEF are biodiversity, climate change, international waters, ozone depletion (only countries in transitions), and other cross- cutting issues like land degradation areas.   read more



Types of Project   SGP Projects  
Full-sized Projects (more than $1m)

Medium-sized Projects (less than $1m)

Enabling Activities (less than $0.5m)

Programmatic Approaches ($5 - $150m)

Small Grants Programs (UNDP) (up to $50,000)
  Agroecosystem improvement with promotin of clean energy

Participatory Jagadishpur Wetland conservation Project

Promoting Livelihood through the use of Renewable Energy

 
   Convention Focal Point
Convention Focal Point for
UNDCCC, Stockholm (POPs) and UNCCD
Ministry of Science and Technology
Singha durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal


Tel: + 977(1) 4211641,4211586
Fax: + 977(1) 4211954
Email : info@moste.gov.np

Convention Focal Point for
UNCBD
Ministry of Forests and Soil Conservation(MFSC)
Singhadurbur, Kathmandu, Nepal


Tel: + 977(1) 4211567
Fax: + 977(1) 4211868
Email: info@mfsc.gov.np


    STAR GEF-6 Allocation and Utilization (All amounts in US$) - Nepal
Focal Area STAR GEF-6 Indicative allocation
Biodiversity 3,340,000
Climate Change 3,600,000
Land Degradation 1,960,000
Total 8,900,000

 

Political Focal Point


Dr. Shanta Raj Subedi
Finance Secretary



Operational Focal Point


Mr. Baikuntha Aryal
Joint Secretary, IECCD, MoF




Country-At-A-Glance

  • Nepal is a member of a constituency comprised of the following countries: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka    detail ....

REPORT

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ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT 2012




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