309-i. Memorandum: advice on proposal for EIA/SEA capacity building - Ghana

The NCEA drafted a memorandum with advice on reformulating a proposal for an environmental assessment capacity building project.

Advisory reports and other documents

12 May 2005: Other

Memorandum by the NCEA

Significant details

The Netherlands Embassy in Ghana invited the NCEA to assist several Ghanaian government agencies in reformulating a proposal for the Ghana Environmental Assessment Capacity Building/Institutional Strengthening Project (GEASP). This assistance would be a proposed outline for a reformulated proposal, and guidelines on how to proceed with the reformulation process.

The NCEA has drafted a memorandum that reflects discussions on this topic that were held during working sessions with the counterpart organisations. The memorandum describes a basic framework that the parties agreed upon, including a log-frame with specific objectives and expected results. It also describes next steps that the parties agreed upon, including identification of main activities, definition of indicators for monitoring progress, and required capacities for implementation. In addition, a number of indicators for effective monitoring were developed and guidelines were proposed for finalising the proposal.

Parties involved

Technical secretary: ms I.A. Steinhauer

Further details

Completed: 12 May 2005

Categories

Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA)
Legislation
Monitoring and evaluation
Participation
Stakeholder engagement
Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA)

Country/region/theme: Ghana

Last modified: 09 Apr 2019