The Council, the GEF's main governing body, comprises 32 members appointed by constituencies of GEF member countries (14 from developed countries, 16 from developing countries, and two from economies in transition). Council members rotate at different intervals determined by each constituency. The Council, which meets twice annually, develops, adopts and evaluates the operational policies and programs for GEF-financed activities. It also reviews and approves the work program (projects submitted for approval), making decisions by consensus.
Working documents will be posted by Thursday, June 1.
|GEF/C.64/Inf.02||Provisional List of Documents|
|GEF/C.64/Inf.06||Progress Report on the Capacity-building Initiative for Transparency|
|GEF/C.64/Inf.11||Report on Assessment of Expressions of Interests (EOIs) from Countries to Participate in the Integrated Programs|
|GEF/E/C.64/01||Evaluation of The GEF’s Approach and Interventions in Water Security|
|GEF/E/C.64/02||Strategic Country Cluster Evaluation of the Lower Mekong River Basin Ecosystem|
|GEF/E/C.64/03||Four-Year Work Program and Budget of the GEF Independent Evaluation Office: GEF-8|
|GEF/E/C.64/Inf.01||GEF IEO Annual Performance Report 2023|