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00090780 Capacity Development for Implementing Rio Conventions through Enhancing Incentive Mechanism for Sustainable Watershed/Land Management (CCCD) GEF Terminal Evaluation
Commissioning Unit: Indonesia
Evaluation Plan: 2021-2025
Evaluation Type: Project
Completion Date: 05/2021
Unit Responsible for providing Management Response: Indonesia
Documents Related to overall Management Response:  
1. Recommendation:

Project design should avoid redundancies within and amongst different hierarchical levels of the Result Framework, i.e., objective, outcomes, and outputs. A redundant Result Framework does not allow an effective project management and impedes the identification of relevant changes promoted/induced by projects. Indicators of objectives, outcomes, and outputs should capture different changes produced by the project under consideration. Outputs refer to changes under almost the full control of the project management. i.e., what the project actually does, while outcomes and objectives capture changes to which the project contributes to. It is then important, that the team in charge of writing project documents include both thematic specialists and M&E specialists. The two kinds of expertise are important to get to a project design that later can guide the implementation towards its goals

Management Response: [Added: 2021/07/22]

M&E specialist consultant for the new projects will be working during the formulation of UNDP initiatives together with the main project designer or something similar few working days for a M&E specialist will be allocated to revise the M&E components of the project design.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
UNDP and MoEF to follow the GEF guidance on the development of Project Document, especially on the development of Project Results Framework
[Added: 2021/07/22] [Last Updated: 2022/06/14]
UNDP CO and MoEF 2022/06 Completed It is noted that the project was in closure stage and not timely relevant to revise the result framework. Therefore, the recommendation has been used as reference in developing new Project Document (Prodoc). It was reflected in the GEF-7 CONSERVE Project that has been approved by GEF and national stakeholders. History
UNDP and MoEF will hire the thematic specialist, and also the M&E specialist. Regarding the redundancies within the Results Framework, it is hierarchily related within one outcomes into outputs, as guided by GEF
[Added: 2021/07/22] [Last Updated: 2022/06/14]
UNDP CO and MoEF 2022/06 Completed The project has hired Muhammad Yayat Afianto who provided support of project M&E requirement. The thematic specialist has been hired at PPG stage for development of new UNDP-MoEF Prodoc. History
2. Recommendation:

During the project design phase or during the inception phase of a project, it is important to get to a common agreement on what are the roles of each project partner. Agreements and decisions should be put in writing, archived, and reported to donors. In this way, a higher level of transparency and accountability is ensured

Management Response: [Added: 2021/07/22]

A checklist (for the new project formulation or project inception phase) will be developed in order to make sure that roles of project partners are clearly defined already during project formulation (and therefore reflected in the ProDoc) or project inception phase (and therefore reflected in the Inception Report).

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
UNDP and MoEF to develop the project organization structure including project partners roles and it should be approved by the project IP (MoEF). All agreements and decisions need to be well archived and reported to donors
[Added: 2021/07/22] [Last Updated: 2022/06/14]
UNDP Co and MoEF 2022/06 Completed The project organization structure was incorporated in the signed Prodoc as well as the roles and responsibilities. Please see section VII. Governance and Management Arrangements of the CONSERVE Prodoc. The project organization structure was incorporated in the signed Prodoc as well as the roles and responsibilities. Please see section VII. Governance and Management Arrangements of the CONSERVE Prodoc History
3. Recommendation:

Whenever it is possible, test the micro watershed approach with relevant modifications, to contexts where the private sector has a predominant role, both as an actor of economic development and as a land degradation driver. Indeed, matching economic and social development with the conservation of the environment is the main aspiration of the Rio Conventions (UNFCCC, UNCCD, and CBD). A new collaboration between the two institutions may be the right occasion to do that.

Management Response: [Added: 2021/07/22]

UNDP and MoEF to  test the micro watershed approach with relevant modifications, to contexts where the private sector has a predominant role, both as an actor of economic development and as a land degradation driver

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
UNDP and MoEF will test the micro watershed approach in context where private sector has a great incidence is a choice of the Government of Indonesia (MoE), which may be supported by UNDP
[Added: 2021/07/22] [Last Updated: 2022/06/14]
UNDP CO and MoEF 2022/06 Completed UNDP and MoEF explored possibility to leverage the impact of the project and where it is possible to adopt/implement micro watershed approach in the next programming direction. Through the FOLUR Impact Programme, UNDP and MoEF are working in 5 targeted landscapes in 5 districts, in 5 provinces to demonstrate sustainable integrated landscape management. Lessons from the development of the micro watershed plan, the project will bring multi-stakeholders including private sector to inclusively develop/review the land-use regional planning. No result yet but the design has been incorporated in the approved FOLUR Prodoc. History

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