China


Testimonial

In a real sense the SGP represents another milestone in the history of NGOs in China. To see an institutional mechanism that brings government and NGOs together is indeed progress.
Mr. Napoleon Navarro
SGP National Steering Committee
Deputy Country Director of UNDP China
Country Programme Snapshot

2010 Start Year

136 Number of GEF Projects

US$ 6,499,133 GEF Grant Amount

US$ 4,112,552 Co-Financing in Cash

US$ 6,571,755 Co-Financing in Kind

US$ 350,000 Non-GEF Grant Amount

19 Number of Non-GEF Projects

155 Total Number of Projects

Country Portfolio by Area of Work

Biodiversity
Capacity Development
Chemicals and Waste
Climate Change
International Waters
Land Degradation
* Source: SGP Annual Monitoring Process, 2022

Featured Story

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Women. Tradition. Culture. From looms to lutes, the importance of women in the preservation and transmission of traditional knowledge in China cannot be overstated

Since 2010, more than 41,800 people belonging to ethnic minorities and living in China’s Community Conserved Areas have been supported by the Global Environment Facility’s Small Grant Programme, implemented by UNDP. These efforts include the Global Support Initiative to territories and areas conserved by indigenous peoples and local communities (ICCA-GSI).  

Today 9th August, SGP celebrates International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples 2022, with the theme: “The Role of Indigenous Women in the Preservation and Transmission of Traditional Knowledge”. Read more about this SGP initiative in China. 

 

 

 

 

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GEF SGP China support on ICCA recognized on "China Weekly"

China mainstream media "China Weekly", dedicated the cover page of its December 2017 issue to GEF SGP China work to support ICCA. In addition this issue dedicated a special article highligting 5 case studies of the support SGP China provided to 5 ICCA communities in Qunan province, Laozhai village of Guizhou province, Mt. Laojunshan the core area of World Natural Heritage Site ‘The Three Parallel Rivers’, Bazhu village  of Yunnan province in the ‘Three Parallel Rivers’ area, and in Yunshu prefecture of Qinghai province. Summary of the article in English can be found in this link.