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Mid Term Evaluation Management of E-Waste and Medical Wastes
Commissioning Unit: Egypt
Evaluation Plan: 2018-2022
Evaluation Type: Project
Completion Date: 12/2018
Unit Responsible for providing Management Response: Egypt
Documents Related to overall Management Response:
 
1. Recommendation:

Exit Strategy: A clear exit strategy needs to be developed so that the mechanisms and structures are created during the project implementation to guarantee the end of funding sustainability.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/12/27]

1.1. Hold a series of round table discussions meetings and workshops with relevant governmental officials and stake holders to emphasize ownership

1.2 Contract a consultant to develop the required structure and calculate the cost to sustain the waste management system for the line ministries

1.3 Hold a ministerial meeting to approve, endorse and allocate the required human and financial resources.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Contract a consultant to develop the required structure and calculate the cost to sustain the waste management system for the line ministries
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
Environment Team 2019/10 Completed A study was conducted in collaboration with the Swiss funded project with Ministry of Health on the cost of medical waste treatment History
Hold a ministerial meeting to approve, endorse and allocate the required human and financial resources.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
Environment Team 2020/07 Completed All information and required policy and legislative modifications have been submitted to the Minister of Environment History
1.1. Hold a series of round table discussions meetings and workshops with relevant governmental officials and stake holders to emphasize ownership 1.2 Contract a consultant to develop the required structure and calculate the cost to sustain the waste management system for the line ministries 1.3 Hold a ministerial meeting to approve, endorse and allocate the required human and financial resources.
[Added: 2019/05/20] [Last Updated: 2019/09/02]
Environment Team 2019/12 Canceled
2. Recommendation:

Evaluation Recommendation or Issue 2:

Project extension: Based on time delay of the project, the remaining budget and questionable sustainability of the project results, it is recommended that the project is extended without additional budget until September 2022 to have sufficient time frame for substantive testing of pilot centers and for communication of the results and lessons.

Given the long-term efforts needed towards awareness raising and also the need to augment the economic and social aspects of recyclers the project may need to have a second phase. However, such a call can be made during the terminal evaluations.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/12/27]

2.1 Seek that project is extended without additional budget until September 2022

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Seek that project is extended without additional budget until September 2022
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
Environment Team 2020/07 Completed A request for extension has been submitted and the project has been granted a one year extension as the maximum period allowed by the new regulations History
3. Recommendation:

Evaluation Recommendation or Issue 3:

Legal framework: Electronic waste (management and Handling) Rules and Policies to be developed for a comprehensive management of E-Waste in Egypt. The enhancement of HCWM legal framework need to be accelerated to the national level in close collaboration with the line ministries.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/12/27]

E-Waste

3.1 Contract a consultant to propose rules and policies for the management of e-waste and assist in the preparation of the executive regulations for the new waste management law, based on the outcomes of the consultation meetings.

3.2 Hold a series of consultation meetings and workshops with relevant governmental officials, private sector, NGOs and stakeholders to strengthen the communication and coordination between all parties and unify the visions regarding the management of e-waste

3.3 Hold a high level specialized meeting with officials of the Ministry of Industry to advocate for the ministry of Industry to take the leading role in the e-waste management and to Include the E-waste management protocol in standard industrial process catalogue (See section 9)

Health care waste

3.4 Hold a series of  consultation meetings and workshops with relevant governmental officials, private sector, and stakeholders to strengthen the communication and coordination between all parties     

3.5 Hold a high level specialized meeting with officials of the MoHP to advocate for the MoHP to implement the project developed guidelines and polices nationwide, emphasize the reinforcement of the exciting regulation and policies, encourage the involvement of the private sector in the HCW management system and activate the monitoring and inspection mechanism (See section 12)

3.6 Contract a consultant to identify the gaps in the HCWM legal framework and suggest articles to be included in the executive regulations for the new waste management law and include chemical management 

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
3.1 Contract a consultant to propose rules and policies for the management of e-waste and assist in the preparation of the executive regulations for the new waste management law, based on the outcomes of the consultation meetings.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
Environment team 2019/10 Completed A consultant has been contracted and delivered the first draft for proposed regulatory changes History
3.2 Hold a series of consultation meetings and workshops with relevant governmental officials, private sector, NGOs and stakeholders to strengthen the communication and coordination between all parties and unify the visions regarding the management of e-waste
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
Environment team 2019/10 Completed The recruited consultant has held a series of consultation meetings with all relevant stakeholders on the required legislative and regulatory modifications History
3.3 Hold a high level specialized meeting with officials of the Ministry of Industry to advocate for the ministry of Industry to take the leading role in the e-waste management and to Include the E-waste management protocol in standard industrial process catalogue (See section 9)
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
Environment Team 2019/10 Completed The Minister of Environment has established a high level committee including Ministry of Industry to manage E-Waste policies on the national level History
Health care waste 3.4 Hold a series of consultation meetings and workshops with relevant governmental officials, private sector, and stakeholders to strengthen the communication and coordination between all parties
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
Environment team 2019/10 Completed A series of meeting were held with relevant officials to present proposed policies and regulations for management of healthcare waste on the national level History
3.5 Hold a high level specialized meeting with officials of the MoHP to advocate for the MoHP to implement the project developed guidelines and polices nationwide, emphasize the reinforcement of the exciting regulation and policies, encourage the involvement of the private sector in the HCW management system and activate the monitoring and inspection mechanism (See section 12)
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
Environment team 2019/10 Completed A series of meetings with MoHP officials have conducted to preparation to present proposed policies for management of medical wastes History
Health care waste 3.6 Contract a consultant to identify the gaps in the HCWM legal framework and suggest articles to be included in the executive regulations for the new waste management law and include chemical management
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
Environment team 2019/10 Completed A consultant was recruited to conducted a study on the proposed policies and regulations for management of medical waste on the national level History
4. Recommendation:

Evaluation Recommendation or Issue 4:

Capacity building: Insert HCWM training modules into the institutional training of medical staff (nursing schools and medical universities). Further training of inspectors and sanitarians is needed.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/12/27]

4.1 Contract a consultant to  review the Medical and nursing schools curricula to explore the availability of relevant courses.

4.2 Approach the Supreme Council of Universities to explore the possibility of introducing such courses in the curricula for the undergraduate level in the Medical and nursing schools

4.3 Regarding training of inspectors and sanitarians, (see section 10).

4.4 Same approach will be followed with the Engineering schools regarding e-waste management (see section 9)

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Contract a consultant to review the Medical and nursing schools curricula to explore the availability of relevant courses.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 Completed The project has singed an agreement with Ministry of Higher Education on introducing courses on E-Waste Management. The project has an MOU with CEDARE based on the MOU to provide this service to the Ministry of Higher Education. Accordingly there will be not further inputs from the project on this issue History
4.2 Approach the Supreme Council of Universities to explore the possibility of introducing such courses in the curricula for the undergraduate level in the Medical and nursing schools
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 Completed The project has singed an agreement with Ministry of Higher Education on introducing courses on E-Waste Management. The project has an MOU with CEDARE based on the MOU to provide this service to the Ministry of Higher Education. Accordingly there will be not further inputs from the project on this issue History
4.3 Regarding training of inspectors and sanitarians, (see section 10).
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 No Longer Applicable [Justification: The project has singed an agreement with Ministry of Higher Education on introducing courses on E-Waste Management. The project has an MOU with CEDARE based on the MOU to provide this service to the Ministry of Higher Education. Accordingly there will be not further inputs from the project on this issue]
History
4.4 Same approach will be followed with the Engineering schools regarding e-waste management (see section 9)
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 No Longer Applicable [Justification: The project has singed an agreement with Ministry of Higher Education on introducing courses on E-Waste Management. The project has an MOU with CEDARE based on the MOU to provide this service to the Ministry of Higher Education. Accordingly there will be not further inputs from the project on this issue]
History
5. Recommendation:

Evaluation Recommendation or Issue 5:

BEP: The project should play an active role in increasing BEP with focus on the proper segregation of waste – not only in the project hospitals but at least in all HCF of the two target governorates and CUH.

The project results of non-incineration technology in comparison to the environmental risks of the incinerators established by the MoHP should be used to advocate investing in alternative environmentally friendly technologies in future.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/12/27]

5.1 Contract an International accredited consultant to measure emissions (Dioxin & Furan) of sample from the incinerators newly installed by MoHP and private sector owned facilities to compare the measures with the Stockholm Convention limits and conduct measurement cross check with results from local labs.

5.3 Contract an International accredited consultant to provide technical assistance to support accreditation of the MoHP labs for emissions measurements of Dixon and Furans.

5.4 Communicate with the Swiss project to obtain the specifications and the cost of the state of the art incinerators to identify appropriate prevailing conditions for choosing between investing in incineration and and alternative environmentally friendly technologies in future

5.5 Hold a ministerial meeting with officials of the MoHP to encourage the MoHP to implement the project developed guidelines and polices nationwide, emphasize the reinforcement of the exciting regulation and policies, encourage the involvement of the private sector in the HCW management system and activate the monitoring and inspection mechanism (See section 12)

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
5.1 Contract an International accredited consultant to measure emissions (Dioxin & Furan) of sample from the incinerators newly installed by MoHP and private sector owned facilities to compare the measures with the Stockholm Convention limits and conduct measurement cross check with results from local labs.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
environment team 2019/10 Completed No need to contract the international consultant because MoHP is now convinced to shift to non-incineration technologies History
5.3 Communicate with the Swiss project to obtain the specifications and the cost of the state of the art incinerators to identify appropriate prevailing conditions for choosing between investing in incineration and and alternative environmentally friendly technologies in future
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
environment team 2019/10 Completed A financial analysis was conducted with the Swiss funded project to compare between cost of proper incineration and use of autoclave for medical waste treatement History
5.4 Hold a ministerial meeting with officials of the MoHP to encourage the MoHP to implement the project developed guidelines and polices nationwide, emphasize the reinforcement of the exciting regulation and policies, encourage the involvement of the private sector in the HCW management system and activate the monitoring and inspection mechanism (See section 12)
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 Completed The Project has prepared a policy paper and submitted to the Ministry of Environment and Ministry of Health to encourage private sector investment in medical waste treatment History
5.2 Contract an International accredited consultant to provide technical assistance to support accreditation of the MoHP labs for emissions measurements of Dixon and Furans.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 No Longer Applicable [Justification: The pandemic crisis and travel restriction will not allow recruiting an international consultant for this assignment ]
History
6. Recommendation:

Evaluation Recommendation or Issue 6:

Asset Management: Develop a systematic process for the central treatment centers of deploying, operating, maintaining and upgrading their assets like waste equipment, infrastructure and transport vehicles.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/12/27]

6.1 Develop organizational structure, staff job description and standard operational procedures by the project International consultant

6.2 Assist the MoHP to assign the staff who will take charge of the asset by the project International consultant.

6.3 Provide technical guidance by the project International consultant to maintain the developed structure and calculate the cost to maintain the sustainability of the asset operation and implementation of a sustainable operation mechanism

6.4 Hold a ministerial meeting to approve endorse and allocate the required human and financial resources.

And explore the possibility of outsourcing the management of the asset to the private sector and establish the framework for such a service.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
6.1 Develop organizational structure, staff job description and standard operational procedures by the project International consultant
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 Completed The project has developed a structure for the central treatment facility History
6.2 Assist the MoHP to assign the staff who will take charge of the asset by the project International consultant.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 Completed Staff has been assigned for the Central Treatment Facility History
6.3 Provide technical guidance by the project International consultant to maintain the developed structure and calculate the cost to maintain the sustainability of the asset operation and implementation of a sustainable operation mechanism
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 Completed Cost of treatment has been calculated History
6.4 Hold a ministerial meeting to approve endorse and allocate the required human and financial resources. And explore the possibility of outsourcing the management of the asset to the private sector and establish the framework for such a service.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 Completed New tariff for medical waste treatment was issued by Ministry of Health History
7. Recommendation:

Evaluation Recommendation or Issue 7:

Access to project documents: The evaluators recommend reorganizing the webpage to provide an easier access to project information and to upload useful project materials, such as training materials, specifications of equipment and infrastructure and facility-based healthcare waste management plans in Arabic and English language.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/12/27]

7.1 Upload the project outputs.

7.2 Encrypt official classified documents with passwords to limit access to the relevant stake holders

7.3 Produce new project outputs in dual language (English and Arabic).

7.4 Coordinate with MoE to periodically submit all the project documents to the ministry information center.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
7.1 Upload the project outputs.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
environment team 2019/10 Completed The project has established webpage History
7.2 Encrypt official classified documents with passwords to limit access to the relevant stake holders
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 Completed All project documents will be handed over to Ministry of Health at the end of the project with the final handover of deliverables History
7.3 Produce new project outputs in dual language (English and Arabic).
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 Completed Training materials for Medical Waste Treatment are issued in Arabic and English History
7.4 Coordinate with MoE to periodically submit all the project documents to the ministry information center.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 Completed All project documents will be handed over to Ministry of Health at the end of the project with the final handover of deliverables History
8. Recommendation:

Evaluation Recommendation or Issue 8:

Social media and networks: Good project keepsake by share experiences and information with stakeholder, the public and other by frequent use of social networks like facebook and twitter, updating and enhancing of the project webpage (or merge web page with other UNDP GEF project with the similar content) and providing of project video with BEP and BAT in the HCW and E-waste sector.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/12/27]

8.1 Merge the project website with MoE and WAMRA websites

8.2 Widen the usage of the project social portals by the relevant stake holders by inviting them to use them.

8.3 Disseminate the activities, the news  and the awareness raising materials of the project on the project social portals on a regular basis

8.4 Include the project social portals in the awareness campaigns (see section 11)

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
8.1 Merge the project website with MoE and WAMRA websites
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
environment team 2019/10 Completed Project webpage has links to WAMRA webpage History
8.2 Widen the usage of the project social portals by the relevant stake holders by inviting them to use them.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 Completed The project is currently dependent on the portal of the Ministry of Environment as well as its other communication tool to disseminate the project information and news History
8.3 Disseminate the activities, the news and the awareness raising materials of the project on the project social portals on a regular basis
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 Completed The project is currently dependent on the portal of the Ministry of Environment as well as its other communication tool to disseminate the project information and news History
8.4 Include the project social portals in the awareness campaigns (see section 11)
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 Completed The project is currently dependent on the portal of the Ministry of Environment as well as its other communication tool to disseminate the project information and news History
9. Recommendation:

Evaluation Recommendation or Issue 9:

Organizational Structure: Ensuring that the responsible person for HCWM (HWO) is part of the Infection Control Committee. A clear job description of the HWO (tasks and duties) need to be elaborated and the HWO should be certified as such by an independent certification unit. HCWM training modules to be inserted into the curriculum of medical universities and nursing schools.

E-waste management protocol should be included in standard industrial process catalogue and also the material on awareness towards sustainable practice of E-waste management should be included in curriculum of Civil Engineering and other professional courses related to waste management.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/12/27]

9.1 Develop a job description for the HWO including the qualifications and certifications (see Section 10)

9.2 Hold a ministerial meeting to Include in the policy / legal framework to assign a person from the infection control committee to be in charge of the HW management as a HWO

9.3 For introducing the HCWM and e-waste material in the universities curricula, same approach as mentioned in section 4 will be followed

9.4 Regarding including the E-waste management protocol in standard industrial process catalogue, it will be included in the legal framework process as explained in section 3

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
9.1 Develop a job description for the HWO including the qualifications and certifications (see Section 10)
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
environment team 2019/10 Completed The job description is prepared History
9.2 Hold a ministerial meeting to Include in the policy / legal framework to assign a person from the infection control committee to be in charge of the HW management as a HWO
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2021/04/14]
environment team 2020/07 Completed The new environmental law stipulate that each healthcare facilities should have HWO History
9.3 For introducing the HCWM and e-waste material in the universities curricula, same approach as mentioned in section 4 will be followed
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2021/04/14]
environment team 2020/07 Completed Given the limited time available for the project towards its end, there will be no time to develop university curricula which has turned up to be a very complicated length process. History
9.4 Regarding including the E-waste management protocol in standard industrial process catalogue, it will be included in the legal framework process as explained in section 3
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
environment team 2019/10 Completed This was included in the proposed regulatory and legislative modifications History
10. Recommendation:

Evaluation Recommendation or Issue 10:

Certification of HWOs: HWOs need to be trained and certified for their job. Therefore, an independent certification unit / agency needs to be established, which is educating the HWO on basics and updates.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/12/27]

10.1 Hold a series of meetings with the MoHP Training institute officials to design a nationwide training programme and include such courses in their training programs, after coordinating with MoHP Central Department of Environment.

10.2 Provide technical and financial support for the training courses

10.3 Utilize the skilled trained staff from TOT training Program held in 2018  to conduct the required training programs.

10.4 Coordination with the Swiss funded project to support the same training in the governorates covered by their project

10.5 Coordinate with the line ministries to update the mandate of the higher committee of HCW that exists and includes a number of experts representing relevant governmental entities to include the certification and monitoring task.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
10.1 Hold a series of meetings with the MoHP Training institute officials to design a nationwide training programme and include such courses in their training programs, after coordinating with MoHP Central Department of Environment.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
environment team 2019/10 Completed Done History
10.2 Provide technical and financial support for the training courses
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
environment team 2019/10 Completed The project will start by funding training course for Gharbia Governance HWO History
10.3 Utilize the skilled trained staff from TOT training Program held in 2018 to conduct the required training programs.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 Completed Trained trainers are now providing trainings to colleagues in Governorates of Sharkia and Dakahlia History
10.5 Coordinate with the line ministries to update the mandate of the higher committee of HCW that exists and includes a number of experts representing relevant governmental entities to include the certification and monitoring task.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 Completed Trained trainers are now providing trainings to colleagues in Governorates of Sharkia and Dakahlia History
10.4 Coordination with the Swiss funded project to support the same training in the governorates covered by their project
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2020/11/15]
environment team 2020/07 No Longer Applicable [Justification: Swiss funded project is suspended]
History
11. Recommendation:

Evaluation Recommendation or Issue 11:

Awareness raising: Awareness campaigns on HCWM and E-waste to be conducted in cooperation with Swiss projects, to increase knowledge and sensitize the public on the risks of unsafe waste management.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/12/27]

11.1 Contract a professional company to design an awareness campaign for the project activities and develop long-term plans (beyond its project period)

11.2 Contract a professional company to develop awareness raising material on HCWM

11.3 Coordinate with the HCW Swiss project to promote the awareness campaign

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
11.1 Contract a professional company to design an awareness campaign for the project activities and develop long-term plans (beyond its project period)
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2021/08/08]
environment team 2021/09 Completed The Ministry of Environment has supported TV PSA to promote project outputs History
11.2 Contract a professional company to develop awareness raising material on HCWM
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2019/12/22]
environment team 2019/09 Completed The project has recruited a communication officer to prepare communication materials History
11.3 Coordinate with the HCW Swiss project to promote the awareness campaign
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2021/04/14]
environment team 2020/07 Completed The Swiss funded HCW project has suspended operations and accordingly the issued is considered completed History
12. Recommendation:

Evaluation Recommendation or Issue 12:

Governmental monitoring: It is important to establishing an independent monitoring authority including monitoring processes and tools / checklists on which the inspectors / sanitarians are trained.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/12/27]

12.1 Hold a ministerial meeting to update the mandate of the higher committee of HCW that exists and includes a number of experts representing relevant governmental entities to include the certification and monitoring task.

12.2 Coordinate with the committee to develop a plan for periodical inspection and monitoring.

12.3 Unify and approve a list for the monitoring processes and tools / checklists.

12.4 Assign qualified teams for applying the monitoring processes and tools / checklists in the HCFs. The teams will be managed by the committee.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
2.1 Hold a ministerial meeting to update the mandate of the higher committee of HCW that exists and includes a number of experts representing relevant governmental entities to include the certification and monitoring task.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2021/04/14]
environment team 2020/07 Completed The issue was discussed at the Ministerial level and the recommendation was not accepted by the Government. However, the Ministry of Health has accepted other project recommendation such as revision of tariff for treatment of medical wastes. Hence the case is considered closed History
12.2 Coordinate with the committee to develop a plan for periodical inspection and monitoring.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2021/04/14]
environment team 2020/07 Completed Plan developed History
12.3 Unify and approve a list for the monitoring processes and tools / checklists.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2021/04/14]
environment team 2020/07 Completed monitoring tools and checklists are in place History
12.4 Assign qualified teams for applying the monitoring processes and tools / checklists in the HCFs. The teams will be managed by the committee.
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2021/04/14]
environment team 2020/07 Completed the team is assigned to monitor the progress History
13. Recommendation:

Evaluation Recommendation or Issue 13:

Lessons learnt: Capture lessons-learned and project results. The project results will be highly beneficial not only for the replication of this project’s results within the country, but also for other countries in the Region.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/12/27]

13.1 Document the success stories

13.2 Extract the lessons learnt  from the project activities reports

13.3 Announce the developed documents on the project website

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
13.1 Document the success stories
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2021/08/08]
environment team 2021/09 Completed Ongoing with the project Terminal Evaluation History
13.2 Extract the lessons learnt from the project activities reports
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2021/08/08]
environment team 2021/09 Completed Ongoing with the Project Terminal Evaluation History
13.3 Announce the developed documents on the project website
[Added: 2019/06/03] [Last Updated: 2021/08/08]
environment team 2021/09 Completed Documents uploaded on the project website History

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