Key SGP Documents

Small Grants Programme Annual Monitoring Report 2012 - 2013

The second Annual Monitoring Report of the GEF Small Grants Programme's Operational Phase 5 covers the reporting period from January 2012 through June 2013.  This period was significant as it also marked two decades of GEF SGP's global work with poor and vulnerable communities, more than half of which are in LDCs and SIDS, with over 18,500 projects already supported at the end of the previous operational phase.

This report has been prepared by staff of the GEF SGP Central Programme Management Team, based on annual reports submitted by country and sub-regional programmes, and information drawn from the GEF SGP global projects database.  

 

Filesize: 1.7 MB
Small Grants Programme Annual Monitoring Report 2011 - 2012

This first Annual Monitoring Report of the GEF Small Grants Programme's Operational Phase 5 covers the reporting period from January 2011 through June 2012.  This period was significant as it also marked two decades of GEF SGP's global work with poor and vulnerable communities, more than half of which are in LDCs and SIDS, with over 14,000 projects already supported at the end of the previous operational phase.

This report has been prepared by staff of the GEF SGP Central Programme Management Team, based on annual reports submitted by country and sub-regional programmes, and information drawn from the GEF SGP global projects database.  

 

Filesize: 1.66 MB
20 YEARS: COMMUNITY ACTION FOR THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT

This publication reviews the experiences and results achieved by the GEF Small Grants Programme (GEF SGP) over the last two decades (1992 – 2012).  It presents the history and evolution of SGP and its structure, governance, and multi-faceted approach, developed through adaptive management processes.  It provides an account of its principal features – such as the diverse partnerships which are its mainstay – and the results and benefits it has achieved.

SGP Project Template

*This project template can be modified to fit innovative formats such as video and photo proposals as long as the project elements and information found in the template are considered and provided by the proponent. Proponents should contact the National Coordinator and/or Programme Assistant in their country programme for more information on the proposal preparation, submission, review and approval methodologies and procedures that the Country National Steering Committee has approved in each specific country.

 

Filesize: 260.79 kB