Strengthening the Management Effectiveness of the Protected Area System of Turkmenistan - Mid-Term Evaluation

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Evaluation Plan:
2010-2015, Turkmenistan
Evaluation Type:
Mid Term Project
Planned End Date:
12/2012
Completion Date:
12/2012
Status:
Completed
Management Response:
Yes
Evaluation Budget(US $):
20,000

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Title Strengthening the Management Effectiveness of the Protected Area System of Turkmenistan - Mid-Term Evaluation
Atlas Project Number: 00057539
Evaluation Plan: 2010-2015, Turkmenistan
Evaluation Type: Mid Term Project
Status: Completed
Completion Date: 12/2012
Planned End Date: 12/2012
Management Response: Yes
Focus Area:
  • 1. Others
Corporate Outcome and Output (UNDP Strategic Plan 2014-2017)
  • 1. Output 5.3. Gender responsive disaster and climate risk management is integrated in the development planning and budgetary frameworks of key sectors (e.g. water, agriculture, health and education)
Evaluation Budget(US $): 20,000
Source of Funding: GEF
Evaluation Expenditure(US $): 20,000
Joint Programme: No
Joint Evaluation: No
Evaluation Team members:
Name Title Email Nationality
GEF Evaluation: Yes
GEF Project Title:
Evaluation Type:
Focal Area: Biodiversity
Project Type: MSP
GEF Phase: GEF-4
GEF Project ID:
PIMS Number: 4947
Key Stakeholders: GEF, UNDP, Ministry of Nature Protection of Turkmenistan
Countries: TURKMENISTAN
Lessons
Findings
Recommendations
1 Overall, a number of critical recommendations need to be met by 31st March 2013 in order for a decision to be made to keep this Project open. Since the Mid-term Evaluation (MTE) deems each task to be critical to enabling the Project to succeed, failure to achieve any one should then result in the Project's immediate closure.
2 The Project should be removed from the Energy and Environment Programme and be placed directly under the remit of the Deputy Resident Representative.
3 In order to provide sufficient time for the restructured Project to achieve its core aims, it should be granted a no-cost extension of two years.
4 All technical work on the Project in 2013 should be suspended while detailed planning is undertaken. Detailed planning should include: - Adopt and absorb logframe revised in the Inception Report; - Further review and clarify the logframe; - Revise and correct the accounts; - Develop a detailed work plan for 2013 and an outline work plan for 2014 (assuming extension to Dec 2014); - Use new work plans to develop a detailed recruitment plan for rest of entire project (assuming extension to Dec 2014); - Use new work plans to develop a detailed procurement plan for 2013 and an outline plan for 2014 (assuming extension to Dec 2014).
5 The UNDP-CO, in consultation with the UNDP-GEF RTA, should draw up proposals to streamline the recruitment (and procurement) procedures in operation in such a way as to restore confidence that they are fit to fully support the Project?s needs.
6 The Project Board should meet at least twice a year, and one such meeting should prioritise discussion of the strategic direction of the Project.
7 Funding of a captive breeding centre/rehabilitation facilitation at Sunt-Hasardag should be reviewed
8 No Project money (GEF or UNDP) should be spent on displays of stuffed animals for the visitor center.
9 A capacity training needs analysis should be undertaken and a structured training programme for the staff of the zapovedniks should be developed.
10 Appropriate space to be purchased from a server-host to enable all project files and the website to be archived securely.
1. Recommendation: Overall, a number of critical recommendations need to be met by 31st March 2013 in order for a decision to be made to keep this Project open. Since the Mid-term Evaluation (MTE) deems each task to be critical to enabling the Project to succeed, failure to achieve any one should then result in the Project's immediate closure.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/01/24] [Last Updated: 2013/03/19]

In addition to the tasks listed in the section of recommendations in the MTE report to which management responses are provided herewith, additional actions were proposed by the MTE consultant as listed below and then validated and/or expended by the International Technical Advisor (ITA) and the Regional Technical Advisor (RTA) in their follow-up mission immediately after the MTE mission working together with the country office. Those additional actions are deemed imperative to ensure achieving the tasks recommended by MTE till 31st March 2013 (See details in Annex 1: recommendations for technical activities to meet requirement arising from the MTE in Mission Report of ITA Mr. Michael R. Appleton November 2012). These actions include: 1. Retain the National Technical Advisor (NTA) to the end of March to support UNDP country office to address other recommendations, and assuming an extension is approved throughout the first extension period. (also recommended by the MTE) 2. Organize a Retreat/Planning Meeting with Ministry of Nature Protection (MNP) in order to secure their full approval of the revised work plan of the project for extension and to build more national ownership of the project and its outputs. 3. Field a 7-day mission of ITA in late January/early February 2012 to prepare and attend the Retreat/Planning Meeting with MNP and to work with the UNDP country office on the final extension proposal. 4. Two consultancy contracts (see details in action 1.4 and 1.5) were issued with valid periods beyond 31st Dec 2012. The contracts were issued before commissioning of the MTE with the assumption that the project would be extended at least till the end of March 2013. Continuation of the tasks was also recommended by the MTA and ITA. 5. Continue function of PIU to follow up MTE?s recommendations of developing detailed procurement and recruitment plans as per the detailed work plan of 2013 and 2014 and the cost will be charged proportionally as PIU is cost-shared by projects in the E&E portfolio. RTA approval for items 1- 5 was received on 10 December 2012.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents

[Added: 2013/03/19]
2013/03 Completed No further actions needed
2. Recommendation: The Project should be removed from the Energy and Environment Programme and be placed directly under the remit of the Deputy Resident Representative.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/01/24]

Agreed.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
2.1 UNDP DRR to start direct supervision of the NTA and UNDP Portfolio Manager of Environment to address the MTE recommendations under the guidance of the RR. The project team and the Environment Portfolio are to be informed about this change and DRR?s day-to-day work with the NTA is to start.
[Added: 2013/01/24] [Last Updated: 2013/01/25]
Programme Unit 2012/12 Completed DRR started direct supervision the NTA and Programme Specialist addressed the MTE recommendations under the guidance of the RR. The project team and the Environment Portfolio were informed about the changes and DRR's day-to-day work with the NTA has already started.
2.2 The DRR will continue direct supervision of the NTA and a full-time National Project Manager (to be re-instituted) throughout extension period if no cost extension is approved and take overall daily management responsibility for the project.
[Added: 2013/01/24] [Last Updated: 2013/05/31]
Lin Cao 2014/03 Completed A full time Project Manager was hired to took daily management responsibility for the project.
3. Recommendation: In order to provide sufficient time for the restructured Project to achieve its core aims, it should be granted a no-cost extension of two years.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/01/24]

Agreed

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
3.1 Check Project finances and provide outline model to determine period that can be covered by remaining finances. 3.1.1 CO reviews all the transactions in details under the project since the beginning of the project.
[Added: 2013/01/24] [Last Updated: 2013/01/25]
DRR, ITA, NTA, PIU 2012/12 Completed
3.1.2 CO, NTA, ITA and RTA review the status of progress of each output and activities as per the revised logframe in the Inception Report to determine remained activities to the intended outputs and outcomes. Sequence and prioritize the remained activities for the first extension (April 2013 ? March 2014) and the second one as a base for assessing the period that can be covered by remaining funds.
[Added: 2013/01/24] [Last Updated: 2013/01/25]
DRR, NTA, ITA, PIU 2012/12 Completed
3.1.3 Develop an outline model of financial resources to determine period of extension.
[Added: 2013/01/24] [Last Updated: 2013/03/19]
UNDP CO, ITA, NTA 2013/03 Completed Budget revisions of 2012, 2013 and 2014 were approved by BRC. And ASL for January - March 2013 were granted to CO.
3.2 Agree period of proposed extension and apply to UNDP - GEF RTA for permission to extend the project.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/05/31]
UNDP CO/ UNDP-UNDP-GEF RTA 2013/01 Completed RTA approved extension to Dec 2013. And budget was authorized till December 2013. Annual work plan of 2013 was finalized after ITA?s mission in late Jan to early Feb. and was approved by RTA.
4. Recommendation: All technical work on the Project in 2013 should be suspended while detailed planning is undertaken. Detailed planning should include: - Adopt and absorb logframe revised in the Inception Report; - Further review and clarify the logframe; - Revise and correct the accounts; - Develop a detailed work plan for 2013 and an outline work plan for 2014 (assuming extension to Dec 2014); - Use new work plans to develop a detailed recruitment plan for rest of entire project (assuming extension to Dec 2014); - Use new work plans to develop a detailed procurement plan for 2013 and an outline plan for 2014 (assuming extension to Dec 2014).
Management Response: [Added: 2013/01/25]

Agreed

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
4.1 Suspend all technical work after 31st of December 2012. Review all the existing contracts of technical works to assess the deliverables so far and determine which to suspend. As a result of review, it was confirmed that all on-going technical work except the actions elaborated in management response to Recommendation 1 can be concluded as of 31 December 2012 because the relevant contracts will end at 31 December 2012.
[Added: 2013/01/25]
UNDP CO 2012/12 Completed Agreed with exceptions elaborated in management response to Recommendation 1
4.2 Adopt and absorb logframe revised in the Inception Report. A follow-up mission by ITA and RTA was fielded immediately after the MTE mission in 25-29 Nov. CO, NTA, ITA and RTA carried out a detailed review of the status of progress of each output and activities as per the revised logframe in the Inception Report to determine remained activities to the intended outputs and outcomes, and sequencing and prioritization of the remained activities for the first extension (April 2013 ? March 2014) and the second one.
[Added: 2013/01/25]
UNDP CO NTA 2012/12 Completed
4.3 Further review and clarify the indicators, define baseline for indicator #5 and 13, and agree new baselines.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
2013/03 Completed Revised logframe and indicators and baselines were finally reviewed by ITA in his mission in late Jan to early Feb.
4.3.1 Agree changes to clarify indicators. As part of the result of the follow-up mission by ITA and RTA mentioned above, most indicators and baselines were updated in the revised logframe by ITA. See details in the Updated table of Indicators of Mission Report of ITA Mr. Michael R. Appleton November 2012. RTA was fully involved in this review as he joined the mission with ITA.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO NTA ITA RTA 2013/03 Completed Revised logframe and indicators and baselines were finally reviewed by ITA in his mission in late Jan to early Feb.
4.3.2 Define baseline for indicator of #5 and #13. Baseline of indicator #5 will be determined by review and survey to be carried out in the extension period assuming extension is approved. Baseline of indicator #13 will be established by needs assessment assuming extension is approved.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO NTA ITA RTA 2013/03 Completed Revised logframe and indicators and baselines were finally reviewed by ITA in his mission in late Jan to early Feb.
4.3.2 Define baseline for indicator of #5 and #13. Baseline of indicator #5 will be determined by review and survey to be carried out in the extension period assuming extension is approved. Baseline of indicator #13 will be established by needs assessment assuming extension is approved.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO NTA ITA RTA 2013/03 Completed Revised logframe and indicators and baselines were finally reviewed by ITA in his mission in late Jan to early Feb.
4.3.3 Agree new baselines by RTA The Logframe with updated baselines will be finalized by ITA with NTA in his next mission in late Jan/early Feb. CO will submit the finalized logframe for RTA?s approval then.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO NTA ITA RTA 2013/03 Completed Revised logframe and indicators and baselines were finally reviewed by ITA in his mission in late Jan to early Feb.
4.4 Revise and correct the account.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO (programme finance, procurment) NTA PIU 2012/12 Completed
4.4.1 CO reviewed all the financial transactions in detail that have occurred since the beginning the project till present to sort out disbursements to the correct budget lines in keeping with budget notes and Outcomes. In particular transactions concerning Project Management were analyzed in detail to ensure that contracts and expenses connected with one or more outcomes are allocated to those Outcomes and not to Project Management where many currently reside).
[Added: 2013/01/25]
UNDP CO (programme finance, procurment) NTA PIU 2012/12 Completed - Financial reports of previous years (2010 and 2011) in UNDP Atlas can not be changed. - UNDP CO will ensure 2012 financial reporting will be in accordance with logframe and AWP
4.4.2 CO reviews all the procurement incurred and encumbrance to ensure all procurements are in accordance with the initial budget allocation in approved ProDoc or the revised Logframe. As a result, a total of $46,858 of procurement (see details in Attachment 2) were identified as not included in the initial budget allocation in approved ProDoc or the revised Logframe. However, these procurements were carried out as per the request of the MNP. As the change of using budget was not consulted with RTA and GEF in due advance, UNDP CO decided to cover the expenditures of these procurement with its core resources which is inserted into the project by Dec 2012.
[Added: 2013/01/25]
UNDP CO (programme finance, procurment) NTA PIU 2012/12 Completed UNDP CO decided to cover the total of $46,858 of procurement (see details in Attachment 2) as not included in the initial budget allocation in approved ProDoc or the revised Logframe with its core resources which is inserted into the project by Dec 2012.
4.4.3 Revise AWP/budget in UNDP Atlas to ensure appropriate accounting in financial reporting of 2012 and in the extension period.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/03/19]
UNDP CO (programme finance, procurment) NTA PIU 2012/12 Completed Budget revisions of 2012, 2013 and 2014 were approved by BRC. And ASL for Jan - March 2013 were granted to CO.
4.5 Develop a detailed work plan for 2013 and an outline one for 2014 to demonstrate to UNDP-GEF the ability to deliver the intended Outcomes (not just Outputs)
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/03/19]
UNDP CO ITA, NTA, RTA, MNP 2013/02 Completed
4.5.1 Based on the result of action 4.2 and 4.3, develop the first draft of detailed work plan for 2013 and an outline one for 2014.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/03/19]
Mid-Feb 2013 2013/02 Completed Annual work plan of 2013 is being finalized after ITA's mission in late Jan to early Feb. Will submit RTA for final approval.
4.5.2 Field a mission of ITA in late Jan/early Feb to finalize the draft AWP of 2013 and outline of 2014, and help CO prepare the retreat/planning workshop with MNP.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/03/19]
UNDP CO ITA, NTA, RTA, MNP 2013/02 Completed ITA mission happened from 28th Jan ? 2nd Feb.
4.5.3 Organize a two-day retreat/planning workshop with MNP team in order to 1) finalize the AWP of 2013 and outline of 2014 and 2) ensure full focus on the important outputs and to start a process of team building between the project team and the MNP team.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/03/19]
UNDP CO ITA, NTA, RTA, MNP 2013/02 Completed Workshop was carried out on 29th and 30th Jan during ITA's mission.
4.6 Use new work plan to develop a detailed recruitment plan for the rest of entire project. In addition, CO and NTA will develop ToRs of key positions of project with support of ITA to ensure timely recruitment as soon as the extension is approved.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO NTA ITA PIU 2013/03 Completed Recruitment and procurement plans developed. Key technical posts were identified by ITA and NTA/PM. ToRs were drafted with ITA support. Recruitment of 2 national experts for PASP was done in March and vacancies for other positions are announced.
4.7 Use work plan to develop a detailed procurement for 2013 and an outline plan for 2014 assuming extension to Dec 2014. In addition, CO and NTA will develop step-by-step process plan for each procurement case with specified timeline to facilitate close monitoring and corrective action taking in a timely manner to avoid delay of procurement.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO NTA ITA PIU 2013/03 Completed recruitment and procurement plans developed. Key technical posts were identified by ITA and NTA/PM. ToRs were drafted with ITA supports. Recruitment of 2 national experts for PASP was done in March and vacancies for other positions are announced.
5. Recommendation: The UNDP-CO, in consultation with the UNDP-GEF RTA, should draw up proposals to streamline the recruitment (and procurement) procedures in operation in such a way as to restore confidence that they are fit to fully support the Project?s needs.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/01/25]

Agreed with observation. UNDP CO follows recruitment and procurement procedures as provided in relevant corporate rules and policies. County office has limited authority to streamline the procedure. Nonetheless, CO will spare no effort to provide full and timely support to project as demanded within the limits of rules and policies. Detail actions will be carried out as recommended by MTE consultant as appropriate. Key actions taken and to be carried out are elaborated below.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
5.1 Take measures necessary to streamline procedures surrounding recruitment of project personnel and procurement of goods.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO PIU NTA 2012/12 Completed
5.1.1. Review current recruitment and procurement procedures.
[Added: 2013/01/25]
UNDP CO PIU NTA 2012/12 Completed
5.1.3 Develop a detailed work flow process capturing each stage of the recruitment and procurement process, with tight clear deadlines, to be used for each recruitment/ procurement case in the CO (i.e Environment, Governance and General CO)
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/03/19]
UNDP CO PIU NTA 2012/12 Completed
5.1.4 Develop a yearly ( approved by RTA) and detailed recruitment/ procurement plan,
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/03/19]
UNDP CO PIU NTA 2012/12 Completed
5.1.5 Develop a summary matrix of status of each recruitment and procurement case for submission to RR and DRR on a weekly basis by Environment, Governance and General CO
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/03/19]
UNDP CO PIU NTA 2012/12 Completed
5.2 Develop detailed recruitment plan and procurement plan for the rest of project based on the new annual work plan of 2013 and outline work plan of 2014.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO NTA ITA PIU 2013/03 Completed Recruitment and procurement plans developed
5.3 Develop ToRs of key positions and procurement cases so that they can be advertised immediately when the approval of extension is granted.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO NTA ITA PIU 2013/03 Completed PM recruited ad started to work from 1 April 2013. TORs for key technical experts developed.
5.4 Develop step-by-step process plan for each recruitment and procurement case with specified timeline facilitate close monitoring and corrective action taking in a timely manner to avoid possible delay. ( see 5.1 above)
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO NTA ITA PIU 2013/03 Completed Detailed recruitment and procurement plans developed and their implementation closely monitored.
5.5 HR assistant and Procurement assistant of CO will update the progress of procurement and recruitment plans respectively every day before COM and send them to project manager, portfolio manager of environment, PIU and CO senior management for tracking. Cases behind the schedule will be highlighted for corrective actions.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/03/19]
HR assistant and Procurement assistant of UNDP CO 2013/12 Completed The system of regular updates is set up.
5.6 Portfolio Manager of Environment of CO will review each of the process plans with operation manager, HR assistant and Procurement assistant of CO every week to ensure smooth implementation. See 5.1 above
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/09/29]
HR assistant and Procurement assistant of UNDP CO Portfolio Manager of Environment 2013/12 Completed The monitoring action applied to procurement and recruitment for all projects.
5.7 DRR will supervise implementing of the above actions as part of her direct supervision of the project.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/09/29]
UNDP CO (DRR 2013/12 Completed DRR supervised the project and closely monitored the implementation of its activities through direct contacts with the PM, national partners. Because of this direct involvement the project improved its performance in terms of recruitment and procurement.
5.8 Agreement that proposals satisfy RTA to an extent that confidence over delivery is restored.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
RTA 2013/03 Completed RTA approved extension to Dec 2013. And budget was authorized.
5.1.2 Reiterate SOPs of recruitment and procurement to ensure clear understanding of normal timeline to facilitate better planning and monitoring.
[Added: 2013/03/19]
2013/03 Completed
6. Recommendation: The Project Board should meet at least twice a year, and one such meeting should prioritise discussion of the strategic direction of the Project.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/01/25]

Agreed

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
6.1 Invite a wider range of organizations representatives to PB meetings
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO/NPC 2013/03 Completed Wide range of organizations were invited to the PB Meeting held on 23 April 2013 .
6.2 Request and implement at least two PB meetings per year.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO 2013/03 Completed The first PB was held on 23 April 2013 and the second one was scheduled for the 4th quarter of 2013.
6.3 Arrange meetings in March 2013 and January 2014 to approve annual work plan and open budget
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO 2013/03 Completed PB was held on 23 April 2013 and the second one is was scheduled to be in the 4th quarter of 2013.
7. Recommendation: Funding of a captive breeding centre/rehabilitation facilitation at Sunt-Hasardag should be reviewed
Management Response: [Added: 2013/01/25]

Clarifications by CO and the Project: The captive breeding centre at Sunt-Hasardag is funded by the Reserve?s and MNP budget. So far, PAS project only provided few equipment (egg incubator, corn crusher, infrared lamps, brooder, ovoscope egg candler) for breeding wild rare birds upon written request from the MNP and approval of the PB Meeting in 2012. As agreed with ITA, no further investment will take place until the management plan of PAs is completed and such purchase is agreed by RTA. The procurement cannot be stopped as CO already into contracts with suppliers. However, CO has decided to cover the cost with additional core resource to be inserted to the project (see Action 4.4.2).

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
No further actions are needed.
[Added: 2013/01/25]
2012/12 No Longer Applicable No further actions are needed.
8. Recommendation: No Project money (GEF or UNDP) should be spent on displays of stuffed animals for the visitor center.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/01/25]

Clarifications by CO and the Project: No project fund was spent for displays of stuffed animals. The List of equipment for the Visitor centre was developed by PR-group with justification of their needs. Displays of stuffed animals are not in the list. Procurement for equipment for visitor centre is in the process and cannot be stopped The procurement cannot be stopped as CO already into contracts with suppliers. However, CO has decided to cover the cost with additional core resource to be inserted to the project (see Action 4.4.2). The equipment will be stored under UNDP custody until the NP is established and NP Plan is developed. No expenditure of any kind will take place on the Visitor Centre until a full plan has been prepared and the National Park approved.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
No further actions are needed.
[Added: 2013/01/25]
2012/12 No Longer Applicable No further actions are needed.
9. Recommendation: A capacity training needs analysis should be undertaken and a structured training programme for the staff of the zapovedniks should be developed.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/01/25]

Clarifications by CO and the Project: At least three TNAs have been conducted in the past years (2 under this project and one under the Khazar project). These will be used and no new TNAs is required. However, CO and the Project will ensure the findings of the TNAs will be fully incorporated in the training programme.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
9.1. Identify training priorities through consultation with PA management authorities.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/03/19]
UNDP CO NTA Project Manager 2013/03 Completed Completed in ITA's mission in early Feb. 4 themes of training courses were identified including: PA management planning; planning and management of tourism in and around PAs; development of small enterprises in and around PAs; and working with communities and local stakeholders around PA
9.2 Plan training activities in AWP of 2013 and carry out training activities in extension.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO NTA Project Manager 2013/03 Completed Training activities are included in AWP 2013. Trainings are being delivered.
10. Recommendation: Appropriate space to be purchased from a server-host to enable all project files and the website to be archived securely.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/01/25]

Agreed

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
10.1 Include purchase of appropriate space of server-host into AWP of 2013 or 2014 based progress of development of the website of the NP and the Project.
[Added: 2013/01/25] [Last Updated: 2013/06/19]
UNDP CO NTA 2013/02 Completed Included in AWP 2013.

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